Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon, Jon Weingart, M.D., discusses the risk, biological plausibility and three grades of meningioma.

Topics discussed:

1. The risk of meningioma (0:22)
2. Biological plausibility (1:23)
3. It’s just not a number that you’re shooting for (2:25)
4. Patient having symptoms needs more rapid evaluation(3:26)
5. Hurdle to proposed intervention (4:25)
6. In general no radiation given(5:25)
7. Three grades of meningioma (6:25)
8. Clear association with radiation (7:25)
9. Multidisciplinary approach valuable (8:25)



Jon Weingart

Jon Weingart, MD

Professor of Neurosurgery