Increased amounts of fluid within the sac surrounding the heart, usually due to inflammation.
Positron Emission Tomography.
A sedating medication used to control seizures.
A small oval endocrine gland attached to the brain.
A tiny structure which connects the hypothalamus to the pituitary gland.
A patch of bacteria or tissue cells.
Pertaining to being behind another structure - toward the back of the body.
View in the direction from the back toward the front.
Peripheral quantitative computerized tomography.
The inability to menstruate, caused by a failure of sexual maturation and function.
Original source of tumor in the brain rather than other areas of the body.
Undeveloped or in early stages of development, undifferentiated.
A surgical instrument for penetrating and exploring bodily passages and cavities.
A sex hormone which is made in the ovaries and during pregnancy, by the placenta as well.
A forecast as to probable outcome.