Wyatt Greene

After being sick for a month and a half and many visits to the pediatrician, we brought Wyatt in to Children's Hospital Emergency Department on Saturday, November 27th, 2010.

Wyatt had a CT scan to confirm that his irritability, strange pupils and distorted vision were caused by a buildup of fluid as a result of a mass blocking the spinal fluid drainage from his brain.

If you want to know more about how we knew something was wrong with Wyatt, please visit the 1st journal entry on our CaringBridge site.

Wyatt completed a year and a half of chemotherapy with Carboplatin and Vincristine to treat a hypothalamic glioma, an inoperable, slow growing brain tumor. This type of tumor is also known as a pilomyxoid astrocytoma (it was originally misdiagnosed as a pilocytic astrocytoma). 4 months after his final treatment, his tumor had grown again. He spent another year on a different…

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