1958 年 18 巻 5 号 p. 458-460
We have experienced a case of braintumor of Glioblastoma multiforme in a child.
Microscopically, the mature glial fibrillar network was not prominent and not be determined as aproliferation of uniform afibrillar medulloblast.
In Hortega-staining methode, tumorcells stained with slight bizarr. Polar gliohlasts with some process or differentiation-grade like mature astrocytes were observed. Their structure was not uniform. Atypia, giant cells and nuclear abnormality, especially large nuclei were observed. Mitosis was scare or lacking.
We assume that this is an immature neoplasm showing differentiation to astrocytes. This might be a case of a Glioblastoma multiforme.