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Term:
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
brain cancer +     
meningioma +     
angiomatous meningioma 
atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor  
benign meningioma 
bilateral meningioma of optic nerve 
brain germinoma +  
brain glioma +   
brain meningioma +  
A brain cancer that is characterized by tumor of the meninges, that develops from the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord, has_material_basis_in abnormally proliferating cells derives_from meningeal cells of embryonic ectoderm origin. (DO)
brain sarcoma 
cavernous sinus meningioma 
cerebellopontine angle meningioma 
childhood central nervous system mixed germ cell tumor 
childhood germ cell brain tumor 
choroid plexus meningioma 
clear cell meningioma +  
ethmoid sinus ectopic meningioma 
extragonadal nonseminomatous germ cell tumor 
familial meningioma +   
fibrous meningioma 
foramen magnum meningioma +  
Gasserian ganglion meningioma 
germinoma +   
gliomatosis cerebri 
Hunter-Macdonald Syndrome 
infratentorial cancer +   
internal auditory canal meningioma 
intraorbital meningioma 
lung meningioma 
lymphoplasmacyte-rich meningioma 
malignant leptomeningeal tumor +  
meninges hemangiopericytoma 
meninges sarcoma +  
meningothelial meningioma 
microcystic meningioma 
parapharyngeal meningioma 
pediatric CNS embryonal cell carcinoma 
pediatric meningioma +  
periocular meningioma 
petrous apex meningioma 
pituitary stalk meningioma 
posterior cranial fossa meningioma +  
Prostate Cancer/Brain Cancer Susceptibility  
psammomatous meningioma 
Radiation Induced Meningioma 
rhabdoid meningioma +  
secretory meningioma 
skin meningioma 
skull base meningioma +  
spinal canal and spinal cord meningioma +  
spinal meningioma 
suprasellar meningioma 
supratentorial cancer +   
transitional meningioma 

Synonyms
Primary IDs: RDO:9003536
Definition Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meningioma

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