Gastric cancer family history
Rom J Morphol Embryol ; 58 4 : Article En MEDLINE ID: mdl AIM: The purpose of our study was to assess the cognitive performance in patients with primitive brain tumors and to analyze the gastric cancer family history status of these patients, correlated with histological type of brain tumors. According to the histological type of tumors, the patients were classified into three groups: Group A included 22 gastric cancer family history with meningioma, Group B composed of 16 patients diagnosed with glioblastoma, and Group C including 14 patients diagnosed with diffuse astrocytoma.
Neurological examination, neuroimaging assessment [computed tomography CT or magnetic resonance imaging MRI for skulls] to diagnose primitive brain tumors, then the confirmation of clinical and histopathological diagnoses were performed for these patients. The results were statistically analyzed using the Student's t-test; p-values less than 0.
The group of patients with diffuse astrocytoma presented a higher educational level compared to patients with glioblastoma or meningioma. MoCA score obtained in glioblastoma group was The cognitive assessment using CAMCOG scale led to the following results: group of patients diagnosed with glioblastoma showed an average score of