Treatment of gliomas may involve surgical debulking, followed by radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Symptomatic meningiomas typically require surgical removal.
Depending on the size, treatment options include surgical removal through a Keyhole Craniotomy or precision radiosurgery (SRS).
Treatment options include surgical removal through a keyhole retrosigmoid craniotomy or other skull base approach or by radiosurgery.
Treatment options include surgery, radiosurgery (SRS) or stereotactic radiotherapy (SRT), and hormonal replacement therapy.
Treatment options depend on the location. Initial treatment for a clival chordoma is with surgical removal, however, some extensive and/or laterally placed chordomas may require different skull base surgical approaches.
Treatment depends on the location and size of the colloid cyst.
Surgery is required to remove large epidermoid tumors that are causing symptoms.
Typical treatment options are surgical removal through a sub-occipital or Retromastoid Craniotomy.
Treatment options can include direct endoscopic biopsy and resection, however, for larger tumors, a brain-port is helpful for better tumor access and control.
The aggressive nature of Olfactory Neuroblastoma typically warrants multimodality treatment options including surgical removal and radiotherapy in most cases and sometimes chemotherapy.
Most tumors, require surgical debulking or resection. Biopsies could also be performed endoscopically through the ventricles.
The optimal treatment option for a spinal cord tumor is in-part related to the type and location.