Treatment for The fourth ventricle tumor include reduce intracranial pressure, cerebrospinal fluid shunt, surgical treatment, tumor resection, radiation therapy, chemotherapy.
Diagnosis for The fourth ventricle tumor is EEG abnormalities, Cerebral angiography, Intraventricular angiography, Skull X-ray film, Brain CT examination.
Symptoms of fourth ventricle tumor is Intracranial hypertension, headache, nausea, vomiting, transforminal herniation, occipital pain, cerebellar and Brainstem symptoms, Optic papilla change.
The fourth ventricle tumor is primary choroid papilloma mostly in the brain wall, invasive growth of the fourth ventricle, brain stem or cerebellum; causes is genetic, chemical factors.
Diagnosis for The third ventricle tumor is Skull X-ray, Lumbar puncture, cerebrospinal fluid test, Electroencephalogram, Intraventricular angiography, should be surgical treatment.
Symptoms of the third ventricle tumor include Intracranial hypertension, severe headache, nausea, vomiting, focal symptoms, memory loss, mental changes, impaired vision.
The third ventricle tumor is tumor that primary in the third ventricle, primary tumors of the third ventricle have glioma, teratoma, and plastic cholesteatoma cyst.
Treatment for Pituitary tumor (Pituitary Adenoma) include surgical resection (craniotomy and transsphenoidal surgery), radiotherapy (GKRS) and medication (Bromocriptine).
Diagnosis for Pituitary Tumor (Pituitary Adenoma) is based on clinical symptoms, Endocrinology examination and Radiology examination such as CT test and MRI.
Symptoms of pituitary tumor is headache, impaired vision, menstrual disorders, acromegaly; pituitary adenoma symptoms is visual barriers and some neurological signs.
Endocrine clinical manifestation in pituitary adenoma, include growth hormone cell adenoma, prolactin cell adenoma, adrenocorticotropic hormone cell adenoma, endocrine inactive adenomas...
Pituitary tumor is a group tumor that happened in the anterior and posterior lobe and epithelial cells; Pituitary adenoma is common benign adenoma in women of childbearing age.
Treatment for lateral cerebral ventricle Tumor is surgery such tumor excision, using anesthesia endotracheal intubation, good effect.
Diagnosis for Tumor of lateral cerebral ventricle include Cerebrospinal fluid examination, Skull X-ray, Cerebral angiography, ventriculography, electroencephalogram.
Symptoms of lateral cerebral ventricle Tumor include Intracranial hypertension, headache, positioning signs, Mental disorders, Optic papilla change, Seizures.
Tumor of lateral cerebral ventricle is the tumor that formed by choroidal tissue and ectopic tissue from the lateral ventricle wall, include meningiomas, ependymomas, choroid papilloma and epithelial cyst.