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Pediatric Cancer

MTB CRASH THAT DISCOVERED MY BRAIN TUMOR [Video]

Tumorwarrior (Zach Round) uploads his crash on his mountain bike that started his whole brain tumor journey.Zach is a brain tumor survivor that defies all odds. He does most sport activities and thrives at them. Mostly he does football, which is his college sport, and for fun he mountain bikes. The channel started out as a place for Zach where he can post just RAW mountain biking film. Ever since the brain tumor he has had a change of heart in what he wants to do in life. He went from wanting to be an engineer to wanting to be a voice for childhood cancer patients and survivors. Since the change of heart, he has started to post back on this very channel. Zach posts mainly college football and mountain biking, but he is not straying away from all sports. Sports content and video creating is fun for Zach and he hopes to post more and expand his audience and help raise awareness for childhood cancer. If you want to follow Zach along on his continual journey, click subscribe or follow his socials down below. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tumorwarrior67/?hl=enTwitter https://twitter.com/tumorwarrior67Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009043135300I also have a website that documents my journey as a brain tumor survivor:http://tumorwarrior67.comSponsored By:ODI Grips: https://www.odigrips.com/GoPro: https://www.odigrips.com/#tumorwarrior67 #mtbcrash #mountainbiking #shorts

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Brain Cancer

Brain Tumour | Treat Cancer [Video]

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Brain Cancer

How the Wim Hof Method affects cancer treatment [Video]

When Alice heard the news that her two kids, Jace and Jane, had brain cancer, she was utterly devastated. Living just three minutes away from Wim Hof, she decided to come by and ask for his help. Wim welcomed Alice and her kids with open arms, and they started practicing The Wim Hof Method together. After two weeks of practice, the kids’ white blood cell count saw a remarkable 500% increase.=====Want to discover & learn more about the Wim Hof Method?JOIN THE FREE MINI CLASS:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/free-mini-classDOWNLOAD THE FREE MOBILE APP:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/wim-hof-method-mobile-appVISIT THE WEBSITE:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/LISTEN TO THE WIM HOF PODCAST:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/mediaCONNECT WITH WIM:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wimhof1Facebook: https://facebook.com/icemanwimhof/Instagram: https://instagram.com/iceman_hofTwitter: https://twitter.com/iceman_hofWIM HOF METHOD ONLINE COURSES:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/elearningFOR WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS/TRAVELS:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/activitiesQUESTION(S) ABOUT THE WIM HOF METHOD?https://wimhofmethod.com/faq=====ABOUT WIM HOF=====“The Iceman” Wim Hof is a Dutch athlete and multiple Guinness World Record holder known for his ability to withstand extreme cold and his extraordinary achievements.Wim believes that EVERYONE is capable of doing the same exceptional things his body allows him to do. That’s why he developed the Wim Hof Method – a combination of breathing exercises, cold therapy and commitment – to give YOU the tools to take control over your body.He’s on a mission to share the potential health benefits of his method, working with scientists around the world to prove that his techniques work.Discover more at wimhofmethod.com

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Brain Cancer

Wish comes true for Arizona boy who wanted his own ‘man cave’ [Video]

10-year-old Jesse Silva was smiling from ear to ear the moment he walked into his backyard, as the boy, who is battling a form of brain cancer, was granted a wish of something he has always wanted. FOX 10’s Stephanie Olmo reports.Subscribe to FOX 10 Phoenix! https://bit.ly/39zQtv5Watch FOX 10 Phoenix live: https://www.fox10phoenix.com/liveFOX 10 Phoenix delivers breaking news, live events, politics, entertainment, business news and local stories from Phoenix, Arizona and across the nation.Watch more FOX 10 Phoenix on YouTube:Arizona headlines: http://bit.ly/3aJp9eiNational headlines: http://bit.ly/3bz2hwKWorld headlines: https://bit.ly/3ChZtkYDownload FOX 10 Phoenix News and Weather App:https://www.fox10phoenix.com/appsFollow FOX 10 Phoenix on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/FOX10PhoenixFollow FOX 10 Phoenix on Twitter:https://www.twitter.com/FOX10PhoenixFollow FOX 10 Phoenix on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/fox10phoenixSubscribe to FOX 10 Phoenix’s newsletters:https://www.fox10phoenix.com/email

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Blood Cancer

Neuroradiology Board Review – Brain Tumors – Case 20 – Summary [Video]

Neuroradiology brain tumor board review. This lecture is geared towards the ABR core exam for residents, but it would be useful for review for the ABR certifying exam or certificate of added qualification (CAQ) exam for neuroradiology.This video has both the final case of the series and a quick review summary!0:00 Case 20Neuroradiology brain tumor board review. This lecture is geared towards the ABR core exam for residents, but it would be useful for review for the ABR certifying exam or certificate of added qualification (CAQ) exam for neuroradiology.More description and the answer (spoiler!) are seen below the video.[embedyt] https://youtu.be/-Eo_q1Q9vvw [/embedyt]In this case, you are starting with an immunocompromised patient with HIV. Initial CT images show a hyperdense mass in the left basal ganglia with a lot of surrounding edema. This is helpful, because a few things are known for being hyperdense on CT.MRI images confirm a mass in the basal ganglia. It is somewhat T2 hypointense with well-defined margins and surrounding edema. On postcontrast images, it has peripheral enhancement but central non-enhancement compatible with necrosis.1:37 The differential diagnosis for a solitary enhancing parenchymal mass is different in an immunocompromised patient (or someone on immune suppressing agents. In an immune normal patient, the top diagnoses aremetastatic diseasehigh grade gliomalymphomaOn the other hand in an immunocompromised patient the order of these diagnoses shifts to include:lymphomainfectionmetastatic diseasehigh grade gliomaAs you can see, lymphoma and infection jump to the top in an immunocompromised patient.2:16 The diagnosis is: CNS lymphomaCNS lymphoma can occur when associated with systemic lymphoma or primarily in the CNS, as in this case. This is most commonly a diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. It is more common in immune compromised patients. It often occurs in the basal ganglia and periventricular white matter and can often be multifocal. Lymphoma is one of the rare diseases which is T2 hypointense, so you should think about it if you see a T2 hypointense mass.In immunocompetent patients, lymphoma most commonly has solid enhancement. However, in immunocompromised patients it is much more likely to show central necrosis, as in this case. Also, in an immunocompromised patient, it can be hard to differentiate lymphoma from infection, particularly toxoplasmosis. The two most common ways to try to differentiate this are to start a trial of toxoplasmosis therapy for a few weeks and see if the lesions improve and to perform a thallium-201 chloride nuclear medicine scan. Lymphoma has thallium uptake, while toxoplasmosis does not.4:56 SummaryIn this board review lecture, you’ve seen a lot of different tumors and how they manifest in different situations. In many cases, you can’t make a definitive diagnosis but you should always be able to come up with a reasonable differential diagnosis. It’s also helpful to know some of the basics about treatment and prognostic factors.There are two key strategies that I hope can help you get a few additional points, the approach to CP angle masses and the approach to cortical tumors.5:56 Cerebellopontine angle massesAs we’ve seen in some of the other cases, cerebellopontine angle masses can be solid or cystic. Solid masses that involve the IAC and expand it are likely schwannomas, while others outside the IAC are likely meningiomas. Arachnoid cysts and epidermoids are the most common cystic masses which are differentiated by DWI (which is bright in ependymomas.6:35 Cortical tumorsSeveral of the cases in this series dealt with cortical temporal tumors. Ill-defined masses that are larger are more likely to be low grade gliomas (oligodendrogliomas and astrocytomas). Completely non-enhancing bubbly masses favor DNET. A little nodular enhancement favors ganglioglioma, while pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma (PXA) can be more avidly enhancing and irregular.Stay tuned for additional content and check out all the board review content at https://learnneuroradiology.com/examprep/board-review-categories/

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Lung Cancer

Brain tumor surgery: Lung cancer resulting in metastatic brain tumor. Video of surgical management.

This is a video presentation of surgical management of a patient with lung cancer who presented with a solitary brain tumor.Case presentation by Dr. Farhad Limonadi MD, FAANS director of neurosurgery at Eisenhower Medical Center. Edited by Camus YuFor more videos of brain surgery go to YouTube Channel: MicroNeurosurgeryOrg or Website: www.microneurosurgery.org

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Brain Cancer

Radioactive Seeds That Battle Brain Cancer | Living Minute [Video]

Radioactive seeds have been used to treat prostate cancer in the past but now neurologists are using these seeds to successfully treat brain cancer.Have a health question? Our medical advisors are standing by visit www.allhealthtv.com/ask-hanna. —AllHealthGo is South Florida PBS’ exciting new digital health media venture that is building a trusted source of health and wellness information for consumers hungry for information and understanding. Through AllHealthGo’s Health Channel, the only 24/7 health and wellness TV channel in the country, we connect you with medical and well-being specialists in real-time, promoting healthier lifestyle options. In partnership with prestigious organizations, the service aims to empower you with the most up-to-date information, enabling you to take more control of your and your family’s health. To complement the live interactions with medical and well-being specialists, the AllHealthGo offers a robust companion digital platform that provides access to specialized services.

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Skin Cancer

Contralateral Posterior Interhemispheric-Transfalcine Resection: Medial Parietal Melanoma Metastasis [Video]

Barrow Seven Series: https://www.barrowneuro.org/SevenSeriesEpisode 112 of Seven Series shows the contralateral posterior interhemispheric-transfalcine resection of a medial parietal melanoma metastasis.Brain Tumor & Oncology Program: https://www.barrowneuro.org/centers-programs/brain-tumor/About Michael T. Lawton, MD: https://www.barrowneuro.org/person/michael-lawton-md/About Brain Metastases: https://www.barrowneuro.org/centers-programs/brain-tumor/what-we-treat/tumors-metastatic-to-the-nervous-system/

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Pediatric Cancer

A FACT A DAY FOR THE MONTH OF MAY // BRAIN TUMOR AWARENESS [Video]

Tumorwarrior (Zach Round) says fact 3 in the new series A Fact a Day for the Month of May. Follow along this month for daily facts. Zach is a brain tumor survivor that defies all odds. He does most sport activities and thrives at them. Mostly he does football, which is his college sport, and for fun he mountain bikes. The channel started out as a place for Zach where he can post just RAW mountain biking film. Ever since the brain tumor he has had a change of heart in what he wants to do in life. He went from wanting to be an engineer to wanting to be a voice for childhood cancer patients and survivors. Since the change of heart, he has started to post back on this very channel. Zach posts mainly college football and mountain biking, but he is not straying away from all sports. Sports content and video creating is fun for Zach and he hopes to post more and expand his audience and help raise awareness for childhood cancer. If you want to follow Zach along on his continual journey, click subscribe or follow his socials down below. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tumorwarrior67/?hl=enTwitter https://twitter.com/tumorwarrior67Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009043135300I also have a website that documents my journey as a brain tumor survivor:http://tumorwarrior67.comSponsored By:ODI Grips: https://www.odigrips.com/GoPro: https://www.odigrips.com/#tumorwarrior67 #gogreyinmay #braintumorawarenessmonth #shorts