Clinical Efficacy of CyberKnife Radiosurgery for Adult Brainstem Glioma: 10 Years Experience at Tianjin CyberKnife Center and Review of the Literature
Conclusion: The efficacy of brainstem gliomas—treated with CyberKnife is efficacious with mild toxicity. Introduction Brainstem gliomas (BSGs) account for 5–15% of brain tumors and more likely happen in children (1). BSGs constitute at least 20% of childhood brain neoplasms (2), and the peak age is 7–9 years. In contrast, BSGs is rare in the adult population and account for only 1.5–2.5% of brain glioma, with a peak age of 40–70 years (1). Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma(DIPG) was the most common type of BSG is that could invade the whole brainstem including midbrain, pons as well as medulla, thus surgery resection has the most challenges and may not be taken as the appropriate approach. In the meanwhile, even some progress have been made recently in genomic profile of DIPG, the prognosis still remains poor, with an average survival of 10–12 months (3). Unlike children, there is a much more broad pathology spectrum in adult brainstem glioma, which squint toward be more radiographically and clinically diversified. The study done by Babu et al. reported that diffuse intrinsic low grade BSGs in adult are the main subgroup of BSGs with a poor prognosis in comparing with malignant BSGs (4). The main function for brainstem which is composed of brainstem nuclei and white matter tracts is to maintain basic life function such as respiratory as well as heart beat ect, thus, to resect brainstem neoplasm becomes challenging. So does the minimum...
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