Grading of diffuse axonal injury has been described histologically according to the anatomic distribution of injury, which correlated with outcome 1-3. The classification was first proposed by Adams in 1989 4 and divides diffuse axonal injury (DAI) into three grades:
grade I: involves grey-whit...
The modified Ringertz grading system has historically been one of the more frequently used grading systems for diffuse astrocytomas, but has not essentially been replaced by the WHO grading system.
Unlike the WHO grading system and St Anne-Mayo grading system (also known as the Dumas-Duport gra...
A number of systems have been devised to stage retinoblastoma, with various end-points, and multiple systems are often used concurrently.
The Reese Ellsworth classification is assessed with fundoscopy and aims at predicting the chance of preserving the eye with external beam radiotherapy 3.
Staging of rhabdomyosarcoma is based on the Lawrence/Gehan Staging System which comprises of a combination of pretreatment staging and postoperative clinical grouping.
stage I: orbit, eyelid, head and neck (excluding parameningeal), genitourinary (non-bladder, non-prostate), N0 or 1, M0
Suzuki and Takaku first described moyamoya and its staging in 1969.
"narrowing of the carotid fork" *
narrowed ICA bifurcation
"initiation of the moyamoya"
dilated ACA, MCA and narrowed ICA bifurcation with moyamoya change
"intensification of the moyamoya"