HemangioblastomaThis page contains recent news articles, when available, and an overview of Hemangioblastoma but does not offer medical advice. You should contact your physician with regard to any health issues or concerns.
Express BuzzAstrocytoma, glioma, glioblastoma multiforme, oligodendroglioma, brain metastasis, spinal tumours, pituitary adenoma, hemangioblastoma, skull base tumours,
Young mother risks all to save her daughter - May 12, 2008
The Post-Standard - Syracuse.com,Nicole, they would learn, had a noncancerous hemangioblastoma, a tumor about the size of a thumb, pushing against her brain stem. Struggling through tears
Identification of Novel Tumor Biomarkers Holds Promise for ... - Apr 28, 2008
Newswise (press release)...medulloblastoma, atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor, primitive neuroectodermal tumor, ganglioglioma, hemangioblastoma and craniopharyngioma, n=16).
Uncertain futures - Dec 20, 2007
Northwest Herald,She does not get regular brain scans after her surgery for hemangioblastoma, an extremely rare cancer, because she cannot afford them – she cannot get
Fight of their lives - Dec 16, 2007
Northwest Herald,DePaepe, now 44 and living in Muscatine, Iowa, sued the companies in July 2006, eight months after being diagnosed with hemangioblastoma, an extremely rare
Background information on Hemangioblastoma [When available]
Hemangioblastomas are tumors of the central nervous system (CNS, especially the cerebellum). These tumors, whether benign (usual) or malignant (rarer), may cause problems, for example angiomas in the brain or spinal cord may press on nerve or brain tissue. As an angioma grows, the walls of the blood vessels may weaken and leak, causing damage to surrounding tissues. Blood leakage from angiomas in the retina can interfere with vision. Cysts may also grow around angiomas.
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