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This resource aims to provide comprehensive and easy-to-read information about the disease, including brain tumour types, treatment options, and what to expect after a diagnosis. The information also addresses some of the questions and concerns you may have about your child being diagnosed with a b…
The non-malignant brain tumour handbook is written for a patient's perspective, but is a tool for anyone affected by a brain tumour diagnosis including loved ones and family members.
Edited papers from a symposium held in London in Feb. 1985, sponsored by the Royal College of Radiologists
This is about the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada's activities and services. ; Introduction ; Statistics ; Founders ; Research ; Services ; Volunteers ; Information day ; Spring sprint ; Survivor ; Donor ; Thank you
Overview of traumatic brain injury / Erin D. Bigler, William L. Maxwell -- Medical evaluation / David B. Arciniegas -- Neuropsychological assessment / Rodney D. Vanderploeg -- Disorders of consciousness / John Whyte, Joseph Giacino -- Cognitive impairments / David B. Arciniegas, Kimberly L. Frey, a…
Bayan Azizi was just an average nine-year-old boy playing street hockey with friends and teasing his younger brother and sister when the unthinkable happened. A series of symptoms - a droopy eyelid, a slight speech impediment, some motor difficulties - took him to Children's Hospital in Vancouver, …
This fully updated second edition of Grief in Children explains children's understanding of death at different ages and provides information on how the adults around them can best help them cope. ; Whether a child experiences the death or loss of a friend, family member, classmate or teacher, it is…
The Peaks and valleys of brain tumour treatment by Dr. Vivek Mehta ; A Family perspective by Hali Bauld and Chantal LeBlanc ; Brain tumours : a stem cell disease by Dr. Peter Dirks ; Radiation Therapy for brain tumours : what's new? by Dr. Glenn Bauman ; Brain tumour basics by Dr. Brian Thiessen ; …
The WHO classification of breast tumours presented in this book reflects the views of the WHO Classification of Tumours Editorial Board that convened at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, USA, 9-11 December 2018.
Decribes what happens during a brain scan.
The WHO classification of digestive system tumours presented in this book reflects the views of the WHO Classification of Tumours Editorial Board that convened at the International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France, 3-5 July 2018.
The Tumour Foundation of BC is a charitable organization that has been supporting individuals affected with neurofibromatosis (NF), and their families. The site includes information and resources for people with: ; NF1 ; NF2 ; Schwannomatosis ; Also includes links to support sources and research in…
French language: Answers frequently asked questions about blood transfusions for adults.
Head and neck tumours ; Digestive system tumours ; Lung and pleural tumours ; Bone and soft tissue tumours ; Skin tumours ; Breast tumours ; Gynaecological tumours ; Urological tumours ; Adrenal cortex tumours ; Ophthalmic tumours ; Hodgkin lymphoma ; Non-Hodgkin lymphomas
The WHO classification of skin tumours presented in this book reflects the views of a Working Group that convened for a Consensus and Editorial Meeting at he International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, 24-26 September 2017.