Infant brain tumors: a neuropathologic population-based institutional reappraisal
Human Pathology, 04/13/2012
Dunham C et al. – Changes in the histologic diagnosis/grade in a significant subset of cases most likely reflect the continual evolution of brain tumor classification schemes. INI–1 immunohistochemistry was instrumental in the pathologic assessment of select cases and raised the possibility that atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumors may be the most common infant brain malignancy.