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Vargas-Olguin E.,ISSSTE | Rejon-Perez J.D.,ISSSTE | Gomez L.A.A.,ISSSTE | Uribe-Olalde J.S.,Hospital Infantil Of Mexico | And 3 more authors.
Archivos de Neurociencias | Year: 2015

Statistically, intracranial malignant melanoma in the population is approximately 0.005 cases / 100 000, with a prevalence towards the male population. Principles have been described to the approach for diagnosis and surgical and oncologic treatments. We present a case report of a man 39-year-old, with evolution characterized by headache, lateralization gait, dysmetria, dysdiadochokinesia, truncal ataxia and Romberg. Starting the diagnostic protocol is identified by MRI the presence of a lesion in the right posterior fossa, with significant edema. That is why it is scheduled for surgical management, achieving total resection of the lesion and subsequent report by the Clinical Pathology Service as melanoma. Immunohistochemistry tests being positive S100 and HMB 45 in the extension studies for ophthalmology, dermatology and gastroenterology with conducting Panendoscopy was not possible to find another source of tumor growth. The study of positron emission tomography showed no positivity across the previously known save intracranial growth. Conclusion: patterns of diagnosis of melanoma of the central nervous system make it essential to thoroughly investigate possible sites of origin and rule out metastatic lesions; regarding the management, consider total ablation wherever possible and the use of aggregate cancer therapy. © INNN, 2015.


News Article | May 17, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

During this period, services will be one of the fastest growing segments of the technology market for 3D printing for healthcare. 3D printing for healthcare revenues will increase in size significantly between 2017 and 2027. This brand new in-depth report on 3D printing for healthcare describes trends in the market both quantitatively and qualitatively. In recent years, this global 3D printing for healthcare market has experienced major growth, as the importance of 3D printing for healthcare in both developed and developing nations increases significantly. The key growth driver for 3D printing for healthcare is the high incidence of diseases such as cardiovascular disorders, for which products can be made quickly and locally. In addition, highly detailed and personalized 3D printing products are becoming possible. The 3D printing for healthcare industry is responding with innovative products, making full use of technological advances in the healthcare sector. Are you capturing as large a part of this market as you should be? This report will ensure you do. In particular, the 3D printing for healthcare report concentrates on the following essential aspects of the 3D printing for healthcare industry: Identification of key industrial players in the 3D printing for healthcare market. 3D Systems Inc. Arcam AB Autodesk Inc. ExOne Company H Intressenter AB Optomec, Inc. Organovo Holdings, Inc. Ponoko Limited Stratasys Ltd Voxeljet AG 3D Printing For Healthcare Technology Forecasts 2017-2027 Hardware 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Software 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Services 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-202 North America 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 US 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Canada 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Mexico 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 South America 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Brazil 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Argentina 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Paraguay 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Bolivia 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Rest of South America 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Europe 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 UK 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Germany 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 France3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Italy 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Spain 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Rest of Europe 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Asia-Pacific 3D Printing Forecast 2017-2027 Japan 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 China 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 India 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Australia 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Thailand 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Rest of APAC 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 RoW 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Middle East 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Africa 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Other 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Coverage of future trends in 3D printing for healthcare, formulation and manufacturing Examination of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the 3D printing for healthcare industry In-depth analysis of the 3D printing for healthcare pipeline The 3D Printing For Healthcare World Market 2017-2027 examines the 3D printing for healthcare market comprehensively, using unique primary and secondary research. Exclusively, visiongain have applied their in-house analytical techniques for forecasting with analysis of drivers and restraints. Now available to you this comprehensive market-based report provides detailed market analyses, forecasts and informed opinion which will be vital to your company's development. Visiongain predicts that 3D printing for healthcare will significantly expand for healthcare, contributing to rapid revenue growth during the period 2017 to 2027. Why you should buy this report: To receive a comprehensive analysis of the prospects for 3D printing for healthcare To receive forecasts of 3D printing for healthcare sales in leading country markets from 2017-2027 To determine the forces that influence the market for 3D printing for healthcare: drivers, restraints, opportunities and threats To find out where the 3D printing for healthcare market is heading - both technologically and commercially from 2017-2027 This report features news, insights, the latest developments and an in depth survey of the 3D printing for healthcare market with up-to-date analysis as well as tables, graphs and charts. This report is a vital addition to gaining an understanding of this market sector and will give your company 'the edge' on your competitors. You cannot afford to be without this latest report from visiongain. Target audience • Anyone within the healthcare sector • 3D printing hardware companies • 3D material suppliers • Medical device specialists • Pharmaceutical companies • Scientists • Medical doctors • Technologists • R&D staff • NPD specialists • Consultants • Analysts • CEO's • CIO's • COO's • Business development managers • Investors • Governments • Agencies • Industry organisations • Banks 3D Printing for Healthcare World Market 2017-2027: Forecasts by Products (Dental Products, Medical Implants, Bio-Printing, Others), by Technology (Hardware, Software, Services) & Analysis of Opportunities in Personalised Medicine, Medical Devices, Tailor Made Prosthetics, Orthopaedic Implants & Drugs To request a report overview of this report please email Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call Tel: +44-(0)-20-7336-6100 D Systems Corporation 3t Rpd 4web Medical Alphaform AG Anatomics Ansys, Inc. Aortica Aprecia Pharmaceuticals Arcam AB Autodesk Inc. B3kd Bestinclass SA Bio 3D Technologies Biomet Inc. Blohm Jung Boeing Company Botobjects C&A Tool Carlyle Group Compass3D Delcam Deloitte Consulting, LLC Dentca Depuy Synthes Disanto Technology, Inc. Envisiontec Eos Exone Company Fabrx Firstsurface Ltd. Fripp Design And Research General Electric Gic Holdings Global Tct Grid Logic Incorporated H Intressenter Ab Hafner's Büro Hewlett-Packard Imaginarium Ipsen Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) Lockheed Martin Machin-A-Mation Corporation (MAM) Makerbot Materialise Nv Mechmotion Medical Modelling Mtu Aero Engines Multistation Mwt Northrop Grumman Objet Ltd. Optomec, Inc. Organovo Holdings, Inc Osteopore International Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) Pemex Ponoko Limited Proto Labs Protosys Technologies Qatar Rail Rainbow Biosciences Rede D'or São Luiz Regenhu Renishaw Replica 3DM Robotec Scansource, Inc. Siemens Siemens Corporation Sixense Stratasys Ltd. Stryker Techsolve Teijin Nakashima Medical The Cronin Group Tissue Regeneration Systems Toshiba Tronrud United Technologies Varinex Informatics Viwa Voxeljet AG Within Technologies Limited Wohlers Associates, Inc. Wynit Xerox Xilloc Medical Zdravprint Zimmer Biomet Organisations Mentioned Aida- Tecnocampus De Mataro America Makes Asian Manufacturing Association (AMA) Brazilian National Health System (Sus) China 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance Chinese Food And Drug Administration (CDFA) Chinese Ministry Of Science And Technology Chinese National Engineering Research Centre Of Rapid Manufacturing Clemson University Commonwealth Scientific And Industrial Research Organisation's (CSIRO) Lab 22 Department Of Medical Services At The Ministry Of Public Health (Thailand) EU Council European Commission Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Government Workers' Social Security And Services Institute (ISSSTE) Italian Digital Biomanufacturing Network (IDBN) Kyoto University Graduate School Of Medicine Mexican Ministry Of National Defence (SEDENA) Mexican Ministry Of The Navy (SEMAR) Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT) Michigan Technological University Nanyang Technological University National Am Innovation Institute (NAMII) National Institutes Of Health (NIH) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) National Health Service (NHS) North Carolina State University Organisation For Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) Salamanca Hospital (Spain) Salamanca University Hospital (Spain) Singapore Centre For 3D Printing (SC3DP) Singapore National Research Foundation Southampton General Hospital (UK) UCL School Of Pharmacy United Nations University Of California University Of Glasgow University Of Groningen University Of Northern Iowa University Of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMRC) University Of Texas At El Paso US Army Research Laboratory Wake Forest Institute For Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) World Bank World Health Organisation (WHO) World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongain.com


News Article | May 17, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

During this period, services will be one of the fastest growing segments of the technology market for 3D printing for healthcare. 3D printing for healthcare revenues will increase in size significantly between 2017 and 2027. This brand new in-depth report on 3D printing for healthcare describes trends in the market both quantitatively and qualitatively. In recent years, this global 3D printing for healthcare market has experienced major growth, as the importance of 3D printing for healthcare in both developed and developing nations increases significantly. The key growth driver for 3D printing for healthcare is the high incidence of diseases such as cardiovascular disorders, for which products can be made quickly and locally. In addition, highly detailed and personalized 3D printing products are becoming possible. The 3D printing for healthcare industry is responding with innovative products, making full use of technological advances in the healthcare sector. Are you capturing as large a part of this market as you should be? This report will ensure you do. In particular, the 3D printing for healthcare report concentrates on the following essential aspects of the 3D printing for healthcare industry: Identification of key industrial players in the 3D printing for healthcare market. 3D Systems Inc. Arcam AB Autodesk Inc. ExOne Company H Intressenter AB Optomec, Inc. Organovo Holdings, Inc. Ponoko Limited Stratasys Ltd Voxeljet AG 3D Printing For Healthcare Technology Forecasts 2017-2027 Hardware 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Software 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Services 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-202 North America 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 US 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Canada 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Mexico 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 South America 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Brazil 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Argentina 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Paraguay 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Bolivia 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Rest of South America 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Europe 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 UK 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Germany 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 France3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Italy 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Spain 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Rest of Europe 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Asia-Pacific 3D Printing Forecast 2017-2027 Japan 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 China 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 India 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Australia 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Thailand 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Rest of APAC 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 RoW 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Middle East 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Africa 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Other 3D Printing For Healthcare Forecast 2017-2027 Coverage of future trends in 3D printing for healthcare, formulation and manufacturing Examination of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the 3D printing for healthcare industry In-depth analysis of the 3D printing for healthcare pipeline The 3D Printing For Healthcare World Market 2017-2027 examines the 3D printing for healthcare market comprehensively, using unique primary and secondary research. Exclusively, visiongain have applied their in-house analytical techniques for forecasting with analysis of drivers and restraints. Now available to you this comprehensive market-based report provides detailed market analyses, forecasts and informed opinion which will be vital to your company's development. Visiongain predicts that 3D printing for healthcare will significantly expand for healthcare, contributing to rapid revenue growth during the period 2017 to 2027. Why you should buy this report: To receive a comprehensive analysis of the prospects for 3D printing for healthcare To receive forecasts of 3D printing for healthcare sales in leading country markets from 2017-2027 To determine the forces that influence the market for 3D printing for healthcare: drivers, restraints, opportunities and threats To find out where the 3D printing for healthcare market is heading - both technologically and commercially from 2017-2027 This report features news, insights, the latest developments and an in depth survey of the 3D printing for healthcare market with up-to-date analysis as well as tables, graphs and charts. This report is a vital addition to gaining an understanding of this market sector and will give your company 'the edge' on your competitors. You cannot afford to be without this latest report from visiongain. Target audience • Anyone within the healthcare sector • 3D printing hardware companies • 3D material suppliers • Medical device specialists • Pharmaceutical companies • Scientists • Medical doctors • Technologists • R&D staff • NPD specialists • Consultants • Analysts • CEO's • CIO's • COO's • Business development managers • Investors • Governments • Agencies • Industry organisations • Banks 3D Printing for Healthcare World Market 2017-2027: Forecasts by Products (Dental Products, Medical Implants, Bio-Printing, Others), by Technology (Hardware, Software, Services) & Analysis of Opportunities in Personalised Medicine, Medical Devices, Tailor Made Prosthetics, Orthopaedic Implants & Drugs To request a report overview of this report please email Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongain.com or call Tel: +44-(0)-20-7336-6100 D Systems Corporation 3t Rpd 4web Medical Alphaform AG Anatomics Ansys, Inc. Aortica Aprecia Pharmaceuticals Arcam AB Autodesk Inc. B3kd Bestinclass SA Bio 3D Technologies Biomet Inc. Blohm Jung Boeing Company Botobjects C&A Tool Carlyle Group Compass3D Delcam Deloitte Consulting, LLC Dentca Depuy Synthes Disanto Technology, Inc. Envisiontec Eos Exone Company Fabrx Firstsurface Ltd. Fripp Design And Research General Electric Gic Holdings Global Tct Grid Logic Incorporated H Intressenter Ab Hafner's Büro Hewlett-Packard Imaginarium Ipsen Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) Lockheed Martin Machin-A-Mation Corporation (MAM) Makerbot Materialise Nv Mechmotion Medical Modelling Mtu Aero Engines Multistation Mwt Northrop Grumman Objet Ltd. Optomec, Inc. Organovo Holdings, Inc Osteopore International Oxford Performance Materials (OPM) Pemex Ponoko Limited Proto Labs Protosys Technologies Qatar Rail Rainbow Biosciences Rede D'or São Luiz Regenhu Renishaw Replica 3DM Robotec Scansource, Inc. Siemens Siemens Corporation Sixense Stratasys Ltd. Stryker Techsolve Teijin Nakashima Medical The Cronin Group Tissue Regeneration Systems Toshiba Tronrud United Technologies Varinex Informatics Viwa Voxeljet AG Within Technologies Limited Wohlers Associates, Inc. Wynit Xerox Xilloc Medical Zdravprint Zimmer Biomet Organisations Mentioned Aida- Tecnocampus De Mataro America Makes Asian Manufacturing Association (AMA) Brazilian National Health System (Sus) China 3D Printing Technology Industry Alliance Chinese Food And Drug Administration (CDFA) Chinese Ministry Of Science And Technology Chinese National Engineering Research Centre Of Rapid Manufacturing Clemson University Commonwealth Scientific And Industrial Research Organisation's (CSIRO) Lab 22 Department Of Medical Services At The Ministry Of Public Health (Thailand) EU Council European Commission Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Government Workers' Social Security And Services Institute (ISSSTE) Italian Digital Biomanufacturing Network (IDBN) Kyoto University Graduate School Of Medicine Mexican Ministry Of National Defence (SEDENA) Mexican Ministry Of The Navy (SEMAR) Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT) Michigan Technological University Nanyang Technological University National Am Innovation Institute (NAMII) National Institutes Of Health (NIH) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) National Health Service (NHS) North Carolina State University Organisation For Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) Salamanca Hospital (Spain) Salamanca University Hospital (Spain) Singapore Centre For 3D Printing (SC3DP) Singapore National Research Foundation Southampton General Hospital (UK) UCL School Of Pharmacy United Nations University Of California University Of Glasgow University Of Groningen University Of Northern Iowa University Of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMRC) University Of Texas At El Paso US Army Research Laboratory Wake Forest Institute For Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) World Bank World Health Organisation (WHO) World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongain.com

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