The third ventricle tumor
The third ventricle tumor is tumor that primary in the third ventricle or from outside the third ventricle into the third ventricle tumor growth. Primary tumors of the third ventricle have glioma, teratoma, and plastic cholesteatoma cyst. The incidence rate of about 3% of intracranial tumors, mostly in children and young people, more men than women. Here more as a result of tumor obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid circulation easier access, it often leads to intracranial hypertension, which is the reason for treatment of patients. Outdoor brain from the third into the third ventricle tumor growth, with the exception of a result of obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid circulation causing intracranial hypertension pathway, but also has its primary site brain tissue arising from violations of the focal symptoms and signs as well as the unique X-ray.
Thalamus on both sides of the third ventricle is located between the before and after for a longer period of longitudinal cracks, the top of choroid plexus and brain vein, at the bottom to the optic chiasm, funnel, gray tubercle, mamillary body and hypothalamus. The third ventricle between the hole and a room of about the same lateral ventricle, and midbrain associated with the fourth ventricle. The third ventricle to accept the lateral flow of cerebrospinal fluid, by adding the third ventricle choroid from the cerebrospinal fluid produced by midbrain after flow through the fourth ventricle.