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Max Super Speciality Hospital, 108 A,
I.P.Extension, Patparganj, New Delhi 110092
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Max Super Speciality Hospital, Sector 1,
Vaishali, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201012
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Other types of Brain Tumors

Hemangioblastomas

They are slow-growing tumors located in the cerebellum. They usually originate from the blood vessels. They can be of very large in size and can be followed by a cyst. People between the age group of 40-60 are more prone to get hemangioblastomas. They are most commonly seen in men than women.

Rhabdoid Tumors

These are very rare and aggressive kind of tumors. They may spread throughout the central nervous system. Rhabdoid tumors can be seen in different sites in the body. They are more common in the kidneys. It can affect both young children as well as adults, but more common among children.

Pediatric Brain Tumors

Certain kinds of brain tumors are more prevalent in children and adults than in older people. They are called pediatric brain tumor. Some of the common types of pediatric brain tumors are:

  • Craniopharyngiomas
  • Brainstem gliomas
  • Medulloblastomas
  • Ependymomas
  • Low-grade astrocytomas etc.

According to the WHO findings, a tumor’s malignancy or benignity can be indicated according to its historical features that could be analysed using a microscope.

World Health Organization (WHO) Brain Tumor Grades
Grade Characteristics Tumor Types
Low Grade
WHO Grade I
  • Least malignant (benign)
  • Possibly curable via surgery alone
  • Non-infiltrative
  • Long-term survival
  • Slow growing
  • Pilocytic-astrocytoma
  • Craniopharyngioma
  • Gangliocytoma
  • Ganglioglioma

  • WHO Grade II
    • Relatively slow growing
    • Somewhat infiltrative
    • May recur as higher grade
    • “Diffuse” Astrocytoma
    • Pineocytoma
    • Pure-oligodendrogli oma 
    High Grade
    WHO Grade III
    • Malignant
    • Infiltrative
    • Tend to recur as higher grade
    • Anaplastic-astrocytoma
    • Anaplastic-ependymoma
    • naplastic-oligodendr oglioma

    WHO Grade IV
    • Most malignant
    • Rapid growth, aggressive
    • Widely infiltrative
    • Rapid recurrence
    • Necrosisprone 

    • Gliobastoma-multiforme(GBM)
    • Pineoblastoma
    • Medulloblastoma
    • Ependymoblastoma


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