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  1. ... not developed any rhabdoid tumors. familial posterior fossa brain tumor of infancy familial posterior fossa brain tumor syndrome familial rhabdoid tumor hereditary SWI/SNF deficiency ...
  2. ... a role in the growth and progression of brain tumors called gliomas. Epitempin was thought to act as ... from 10q24 is rearranged and downregulated in malignant brain tumors. Oncogene. 1998 Dec 3;17(22):2873-81. ...
  3. ... an increased risk of developing other cancers, including brain tumors and cancer of blood-forming tissue (leukemia).During ... the nerve leading from the eye to the brain (the optic nerve). These tumors, which are called optic gliomas, may lead to ...
  4. ... or store ADH are damaged by head injuries, brain tumors, brain surgery, certain diseases and infections, or bleeding in ...
  5. ... in certain solid tumors, including a type of brain tumor called a medulloblastoma and tumors of the brain and spinal cord known as primitive neuroectodermal tumors. ...
  6. ... been found in a type of cancerous (malignant) brain tumor called glioblastoma. These mutations are classified as somatic ... gene, are among the factors that allow certain brain cells to grow and divide uncontrollably to form a tumor. BTBD29 leucine-zipper-like transcriptional regulator 1 LZTR- ...
  7. ... with tuberous sclerosis complex have seizures or benign brain tumors that can cause serious or life-threatening complications. ...
  8. ... gene have been identified in several types of brain tumor.Studies suggest that the genetic changes in FGFR1 ...
  9. ... A small proportion of affected individuals develop a brain tumor called medulloblastoma during childhood. A type of benign ...
  10. ... several types, including breast cancer, a type of brain tumor called glioblastoma, and a skin cancer called melanoma. ...
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