Comprehensive Treatment For Brain Meningiomas And Their Recurrences Using Proton Therapy

Jamshidjon Alimov, Rustamjon Alimov

Abstract


This article presents results of using proton therapy after operation of patient with brain meningioma. After operation brain meningiomas is known to not rarely recur due to certain localization and growth of tumor into main cerebral vessels, nerves and other main brain structures. This creates certain difficulties in operative access and surgical intervention, i.e. tumor resection. Proton therapy sharply reduces complications and improves the quality of life of patients.


Keywords


Neurosurgery, Neurooncology, Meningiomas, Recurrences Of Meningiomas, Operation, Proton Therapy.

Full Text:

PDF

References


Perevodchikova, N.I., 2007. “Antitumor chemotherapy”, [Protivoopuholevaya himioterapiya], in Russian, Moscow, 224 p.

Savello, A.V., Svistov, D.V., Parfyonov, V.E., Martynov, B.V., Kandyba, D.V. [et al.], 2002. “Superselective intraarterial chemotherapy in the treatment of intracranial tumors”, [Polenovskiye Chteniya], Proceedings of the 3rd Congress of Neurosurgeons of Russia, St. Petersburg, in Russian, pp. 147.

Stupak, V.V., Mayorov, A.P., Struts, S.G., Pendyurin, I.V., Kalinowski, A.V., Muradov, J.M., 2006. “New laser technology in surgical treatment for brain meningiomas”, [Polenovskiye Chteniya], Proceedings of the 3rd Congress of Neurosurgeons of Russia, St. Petersburg, in Russian, pp. 227-228.

Tastanbekov, M.M., Tigliyev, G.S., Olyushin, V.E., Ulitin, A.Y, Gulyaev, D.A., 2002. “Continued growth and recurrence of brain meningiomas: the causes of development and ways to reduce their frequency”, [Polenovskiye Chteniya], Proceedings of the 3rd Congress of Neurosurgeons of Russia, St. Petersburg, in Russian, pp.157-158.

Shakirov, R.R., 2009. “Complex treatment of patients with brain tumors of high-grade malignancy”, Synopsis of PhD dissertation, Ufa, Russia, in Russian.

Bartal, A.D. [et al.], 1982. “Сarbon dioxide laser surgery of basal meningiomas”, Surg. Neurol., Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 90-95.

De Monte, F., Al-Mefty, O., 1993. “Anterior clinoidal meningiomas”, Neurosurgical operative atlas, Vol. 3, Baltimore: Wiliams & Wilkins, pp. 49-61.

Desgeorges, M. [et al.], 1992. “Laser microsurgery of meningioma: An analysis of continuous series of 164 cases treated surgically by using different lasers”, Neurochirurgie, in French, pp. 217-225.

Rohringer M. [et al.], 1989. “Incidens and clinicopathological features of meningioma”, Neurosurg., Vol. 71, pp. 665-672.

MacCarty, C.S., Taylor, W.F., 1979. “Intracranial meningiomas: experiences at the Mayo Clinic”, Neurol. Med. Chir. (Tokyo), No. 19, pp. 569- 574.

Mattos Primenta, L.H., Mattos Primenta, A., Martins, J.L., 1981. “The use of the CO2-laser for the removal of awkwardly situated meningiomas”, Neurosurg. Rev., Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 53-55.

Simpson, D., 1997. “The recurrence of intracranial meningiomas after surgical treatment”, Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat., Vol. 20, pp. 22-39.

Cooling, R., Wright, J., 1979. “Arachnoid hyperplasia in optic nerve glioma: confusion with orbital meningioma”, Br. J. Ophtalmol., Vol. 63, No. 6, pp. 596-599.

Cristallini, E., Bolis, G., Ottaviano, P., 1990. “Fine needle aspiration of orbital meningioma”, Acta Cytol., Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 236-238.

Erzurum, S., Melen, O., Lissner, S., 1970. “Orbital malignant nerve sheath tumors. Treatment with surgical resection and radiation therapy”, Can. J. Ophtalmol., No. 5, pp. 381-385.

Hannesson, O., 1971. “Primary meningioma of the orbit invading the Choroid. Report of a case”, Acta Ophtalmol. (Kbh)., Vol. 49, No. 5, pp. 622-632.

Hart, N., Burde, R., Klingele, T., 1980. “Bilateral optic nerve sheath meningiomas”, Arch. Ophthalmol., Vol. 98, No. 1, pp. 149-151.

Henderson, J., Farrow, G., 1980. “Orbital tumors”, 2nd ed., New-York, USA, pp. 472-496.

Imes, R., Schatz, H., Hoyt, W., 1985. “Evolution optociliary veins in optic nerve sheath meningioma”, Arch. Ophthalmol., Vol. 103, No. 1, pp. 50-60.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/emhpj.v3i0.344

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Print ISSN 1804-5804, Online ISSN 1804-9702

(c) 2018 CBU,o.p.s.