Surgery on Advanced Gliomas
Resection of even later stage gliomas can improve survival and quality of life. The challenge for the surgical team is to remove as much of the tumor as possible while safeguarding the brain.
Abnormal MRI? What To Do Next
People diagnosed with an abnormal MRI or a brain tumor understandably have many questions and sense of urgency about getting answers. Johns Hopkins' Comprehensive Brain Tumor Center can help.
Electrical Fields and Brain Tumors
Jon Weingart M.D., discusses a recent study which shows that a helmet employing alternating electrical field pulses has been shown to improve survival from glioblastoma, one type of deadly brain tumor.
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, Jon Weingart, M.D., discusses the risk, biological plausibility and three grades of meningioma.
Brain Tumor Monitoring
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, Jon Weingart, M.D., examines whether new techniques can allow better monitoring of brain tumors.
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