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 The prognosis is quite variable depending on tumour type. The distinction between grades is particularly helpful in informing prognosis with the grade IV tumours having a particularly poor prognosis. In general, oligodendrocytic tumours have a better long-term prognosis than the astrocytic tumours of the same grade. The prognosis of ependymal cell tumours is particularly related to the location of the tumour. The prognosis is quite variable depending on tumour type. The distinction between grades is particularly helpful in informing prognosis with the grade IV tumours having a particularly poor prognosis. In general, oligodendrocytic tumours have a better long-term prognosis than the astrocytic tumours of the same grade. The prognosis of ependymal cell tumours is particularly related to the location of the tumour.
  
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