Why Choose Florida Hospital?
Oligodendroglial tumors are rare tumors that develop in the oligodendrocytes of the brain, cells that cover and protect nerve cells in the brain or spine. Many times, these tumors are considered benign, and are sometimes eliminated through surgery or other treatment. Other times, the tumor is considered anaplastic, a higher-grade, more aggressive tumor that can pose more of a challenge for treatment. The oncology specialists at the Florida Hospital Brain and Spinal Cancer are ready for any challenge. As experts in treating this and other types of tumors, they can accurately diagnose Oligodendroglial Tumor and create an appropriate treatment plan to suit each individual case.