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Classification of Brain Tumours / Die Klassifikation der by K. J. Zülch (auth.), Prof. Dr. K. J. Zülch, Dr. A. L. Woolf

By K. J. Zülch (auth.), Prof. Dr. K. J. Zülch, Dr. A. L. Woolf (eds.)

The file which follows constitutes the court cases of a sym­ posium at the category of mind tumours held in Cologne in 1961. It includes the contributions and discussions said as some distance' as attainable in a word-for-word demeanour, within the wish not just of offering out of the concepts of the individuals stimulation for extra study, but additionally to point the ambience which prevailed in the course of the symposium within which many thoroughly antagonistic perspectives have been in a position to be expressed with none feeling of embarrassment. This freedom of expression is already visible within the dialogue of a proposed type of mind tumours for the Unio Internationalis Contra Cancrum (UICC). The symposium endeavoured right here to professional­ duce a good feedback with a purpose to arrive at an important and sensible end viz a normal, across the world applicable classi­ fication. It used to be essential to settle for a level of compromise whether the type instructed didn't in each aspect correspond to all of the own perspectives of a number of the members. the second one a part of the symposium used to be inquisitive about a severe dialogue of diverse mind tumour difficulties, for instance the clinical delineation of tumour teams; the dialogue used to be all started through normal experiences at the biology of mind tumours in order that the later dialogue might hide as vast a flooring as most likely. the following additionally all of us felt nice stimulus for destiny paintings arose from the discussion.

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Other breeds were represented by single cases only. Even considering the wide spread of the source of the material, it appears likely that some brachycephalic breeds have a predisposition to this type of tumour. With 3 exeptions, the age of onset of symptoms was between 5 and 11 years i. e. in the middle and old groups. The tumour could be localised in 32 cases: frontal and olfactory lobes, 12; base of brain and brain-stem, 8; temporal lobes including piriform area, 8; occipital and parietal lobes, 4.

This paper is dedicated to Prof. Dr. K. J. Ziilch, Director of the :\IaxPlanck-Institute for Brain Research, Cologne-Merheim for his continuous help and encouragement. 31 H. Luginbuhl: A Comparative Study of Neoplasms The total series of 330 cases has been studied by standardized methods and each type of tumour has been compared with the corresponding tumour in man. Attempts have been made to evaluate tumour behaviour, localisation and architecture, the mesenchymal reactions within the tumour itself and the changes in the surrounding tissue.

As to how widely people use this particular term. The point about the carotid body tumours is that they have nothing to do with the chromaffin-producing cells, because chromaffin-producing cells are supposed to arise from neuroblasts, whereas the carotid body cells, the chemoreceptors, arise from mesodermal cells. The carotid body arises from the third pharyngeal arch. There is no relationship between the chromaffin-producing cells and these. ' Dl'. Hamper[: I think 'Willis has made a really good study of these tumours in one of the last issues of Cancer or another journal.

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