brain tumor

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Congenital brain neoplasms are those discovered within the first 60 days of postnatal life.
Less common headaches associated with brain tumors include cough headache, paroxysmal headaches, and cluster-like headache reported in brain neoplasms such as prolactinoma and lung metastases.
The traditional treatment of malignant brain neoplasms involves combinations of the following treatment alternatives:
Dependence on a breach in the blood-brain barrier has been called a shortcoming in the use of PDT for brain neoplasms (Krishnamuthy & Powers, 1994; Popovic et al.
PET imaging of radiolabeled amino acids for brain tumor assessment--Radiolabeled amino acids are becoming increasingly useful as tracers for the delineation of tumors, particularly brain neoplasms.