1943
DOI: 10.1001/archneurpsyc.1943.02290230064007 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In former times it was customary to designate any rapidly growing, fleshy, highly cellular tumor of the brain by the generic term "sarcoma," and in all early statistical analyses sarcomas were the largest and most important group of cerebral tumors. With the development of improved methods for the staining of different histologic structures many of these malignant growths were reclassified as gliomas, and the sarcomas, i. e., tumors derived from embryonic connective tissue, were found to be exceedingly rare.It… Show more

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“…The reticulum cell should preferably be regarded as a more primitive type, but capable of differentiating into a variety of forms including the histiocyte. Further observations will doubtless clarify the relationships between microgliomatosis and the reticulosarcomas of the brain (also discussed by Sparling and others, 1947, and by Kinney and Adams, 1943).…”
Section: Reticulosesmentioning
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“…The reticulum cell should preferably be regarded as a more primitive type, but capable of differentiating into a variety of forms including the histiocyte. Further observations will doubtless clarify the relationships between microgliomatosis and the reticulosarcomas of the brain (also discussed by Sparling and others, 1947, and by Kinney and Adams, 1943).…”
Section: Reticulosesmentioning
“…Post-mortem or other objective evidence appears to be essential. Primary Hodgkin's sarcoma of the brain Three cases of this condition have been described by Kinney and Adams (1943) and by Sparling, Adams and Parker (1947). All three presented with neurological symptoms, the first with drowsiness, confusion and speech difficulties; the second with ataxia, confusion, incontinence and dysphagia; and the third with ataxia, diplopia and hemiplegia.…”
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“…In an attempt to establish the diagnostic criteria of microgliomatosis we have reviewed 56 cases reported in the literature in which sufficient clinical data are available and the diagnosis had been adequately confirmed histologically (Yuile, 1938;Kinney and Adams, 1943;Russell et al, 1948;Losli, 1956; Cervos Navarro, 1957;Fisher, Davis, and Lemmen, 1959;Kernohan and Uihlein, 1962;Miller and Ramsden, 1963;Rubinstein, 1964;Adams and Jackson, 1966;Barnard, 1968;Miller, 1968;personal communication).…”
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