CEREBRAL GLIOBLASTOMA: THERAPEUTIC RESULTS OF A SERIES OF 45 CASES
F. Allouche*, F.Z. Terrab, H. Kabbaj, F.Z. Farhane, Z. Alami, T. Bouhafa and K. Hassouni
Glioblastoma is the most common and aggressive primary brain tumor, our study aims to clarify the benefit of radiotherapy or radiochemotherapy treatment of glioblastoma using a series of 45 cases collected in the radiotherapy department of CHU HASSAN II Fez over the period from January 2012 to December 2016; whose median age was 55; sex ratio of 2, The most alarming reason for consultation was the signs of HTIC in 34 cases, heaviness of the hemi-body or paraparesis in 25 cases of epileptic seizures in 9 patients and / or visual disturbances in 7 patients, all our patients benefited from brain imaging with CT +/- MRI. The treatment consisted of surgery for anatomopathological evidence, followed by exclusive postoperative radiotherapy or associated radiotherapy. Temodal concomitant and adjuvant, follow-up was marked by recurrence and death in 38 patients remission in 3 patients and 4patients are without news of follow-up.
Keywords: Glioblastoma, radiotherapy, brain tumor, treatment.
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