Lymphoma

Overview

Lymphoma is a less common malignant brain tumor and more commonly seen in the elderly. It will often present suddenly with a loss of neurologic function, confusion, forgetfulness, or a deficit again, such as speech problems or weakness.

Patients are typically treated with surgical biopsy followed by steroids and other treatments including chemotherapy, radiation, and novel clinical trials.

Specialty Team

Director

Neurosurgery Department Team

Multidisciplinary Team

Neurooncologists
Heinrich D Elinzano, MD
Alexander C Mohler, MD

Radiation Oncologists
Timothy J. Kinsella, MD
Jaroslaw T. Hepel, MD
Thomas A. DiPetrillo MD
M. Yakub Puthawala MD
Kara Lynne Leonard MD

Pathologists
Douglas C Anthony PHD, MD
Edward G Stopa, MD
John E Donahue, MD

Advanced Practitioners
Julia E Seddon, NP, Neurosurgery
Arieana A Carcieri, NP, Neurology

Conditions We Treat

Lymphoma

Technology

LPG Neurosurgery
593 Eddy Street, APC6
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: (401) 793-9166
Fax: (401) 444-2788