Neuro oncology

Neurologists have during the past century given varying amounts of attention to the direct, indirect, and treatment-related consequences of cancer on the neurological system. Throughout the past 30 years, both the disorders covered by the discipline of neuro-oncology and our understanding of them have grown significantly. Technological advancements in neuroimaging, particularly computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging, have contributed to the progress. The central nervous system (CNS) anatomy and pathology, as well as, to some extent, areas of the peripheral nervous system that may be impacted by cancer or its treatment, may now be seen in unprecedented detail thanks to these developments. There have been noticeable improvements in the accuracy of diagnosis, safety of neurosurgery, simplicity of tumor removal, and safer and more accurate radiotherapy

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