Diagnosis and Treatment of Brain Tumor
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 April 2024 | Viewed by 754
In recent years, advances in computer technology have led to dramatic advancements in diagnostic imaging, preoperative simulation, and intraoperative monitoring. In addition, genetic diagnosis and classification of gliomas have been further developed, and thus, outcomes can now be better predicted. Therefore, in order to collate the findings and insights of physicians and researchers and to help them in their future research, we aim to launch this Special Issue which will provide an update of the recent advancements in various aspects of brain tumors.
Prof. Dr. Fusao Ikawa
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- breakthroughs in brain tumor treatment
- novel therapies and drug development of brain tumor
- Indication and outcome of brain tumor surgery
- anatomy, imaging, and monitoring of brain tumor
- early detection and diagnostics of brain tumor
- personalized medicine in oncology of brain tumor
- brain tumor genetics and biomarkers
- supportive care for brain tumor patients
- survivorship and quality of life
- epidemiology in brain tumor