TUMOR – friend or enemy ?

A Deadly tumor is called brain cancer. they grows sharply and often strike or mob healthy areas of the brain.

Tumour is either be benign and malignant.

Malignant is cancerous

Benign brain tumors have not consist cancer cells and are usually slow growing.

Brain tumors are two different types. primary or metastatic.

Primary brain tumors start within the brain.

A metastatic tumor is made when cancer cells situated elsewhere in the body break down away and travel to the brain.

For this reason, metastatic brain tumors are nearly every time malignant, while primary brain tumors may be benign or deadly.

Brain tumors are arranged in classes or categories based on where the tumor is situated , the type of tissue involved .

the tumor is benign or deadly , and other factors. If a tumor is laid down malignant.

The tumor cell is examined by a microscope to determine how malignant they are.

Based on this analysis, tumors are rated, or graded, where level of malignancy from least to most malignant.

Factors that determine the tumor grade include how quickly the cells are growing, how much blood is supplying the cells, the presence of dead cells in the middle of the tumor (necrosis), if the cells are finit to a specific area, and how similar the cancerous cells are not normal cells.

Symptoms


• Blurred vision
• Headache
• Loss of balance
• Seizures
• Tingling and stiffness

Types

* Pineal tumor
• Astrocytomas
• Acoustic neuroma
• Choroid plexus papilloma
• Vascular tumors
• Chordomas
• Ependymomas
• Craniopharyngiomas
• Schwannomass
• Ganglioneuromas
• Meningiomas
• Glioblastoma multiforme
• Gliomas
• Oligodendroglioma
• Pituitary adenomas
• Primitive neuroectodermal

Treatment

Brain tumor are remove by surgery and other way like radiation therapy and chemotherapy, target therapy.

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