Ian E. Mccutcheon, MD | Authors

Articles

Aggressive Pituitary Tumors

September 01, 1998

Although almost all pituitary tumors are benign adenomas, a surprisingly large number of these tumors invade tissues outside of the pituitary gland. Such invasion, by itself, is not diagnostic of pituitary carcinomas, which are

Management of Benign and Aggressive Intracranial Meningiomas

May 01, 1996

Usually considered benign tumors, meningiomas can display aggressive behavior characterized by multiple recurrences and invasion of the brain, dura, and adjacent bone. The aggressive or malignant phenotype is difficult