Brain Artwork

 Myxopapillary Ependymoma

$289.00

Myxopapillary ependymoma (MEPN) is a slow-growing ependymoma (a type of glioma, which is a tumor that arises from the supportive tissue of the brain and spinal cord). They tend to occur in the lower part of the spinal column and are usually considered to be benign, low-grade or grade I tumors.

Pituitary Adenoma

$289.00

pituitary adenoma is a growth or tumor on the pituitary. Most pituitary adenomas are slow-growing and benign, which means they are not cancer and do not spread to other parts of the body.

 

 

Craniopharyngioma

$289.00

Craniopharyngioma is a rare type of brain tumor that mostly affects children between the ages of 5 and 14. Adults sometimes get them, too. They grow near the pituitary gland at the base of the brain. Craniopharyngiomas are made up of solid parts and fluid-filled pockets called cysts.

 

Neurothekeoma

$289.00

Neurothekeoma is a benign, predominantly cutaneous neoplasm that was initially described by Harkin and Reed in 1969 by the name nerve sheath myxoma.

Neurothekeoma

$289.00

Neurothekeoma is a benign, predominantly cutaneous neoplasm that was initially described by Harkin and Reed in 1969 by the name nerve sheath myxoma.

Neurothekeoma

$289.00

Neurothekeoma is a benign, predominantly cutaneous neoplasm that was initially described by Harkin and Reed in 1969 by the name nerve sheath myxoma.

Neurothekeoma

$289.00

Neurothekeoma is a benign, predominantly cutaneous neoplasm that was initially described by Harkin and Reed in 1969 by the name nerve sheath myxoma.

 

Pituitary Adenoma

$289.00

pituitary adenoma is a growth or tumor on the pituitary. Most pituitary adenomas are slow-growing and benign, which means they are not cancer and do not spread to other parts of the body.

Molecular Brain Art

Brain cancer is diagnosed in thousands every year, and the number of people affected by that diagnosis is even higher. Show how much you care with brain cancer artwork that gives a visual representation of the disease and your commitment to supporting cancer research. Our brain cancer artwork features real brain-cancer-cell photos enhanced by our designers with eye-catching colors. Add our brain-cancer-cell prints to your office, hospital, medical clinic or home for a meaningful focal point that contributes to cancer research. Molecular photos donates 10% of the proceeds from each piece to a cancer research foundation partner of your choice. Just pick from the drop-down list of partners at checkout and select the foundation you would like the proceeds to go to. Feel good knowing that you are helping to fight cancer with your purchase.

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