A malignant brain tumor is a fast-growing cancer that spreads to other areas of the brain and spine.
Generally, brain tumors are graded from 1 to 4, according to their behavior, such as how fast they grow and how likely they are to grow back after treatment. A malignant brain tumor is either grade 3 or 4, whereas grade 1 or 2 tumors are usually classed as benign or non-cancerous.
Most malignant tumors are secondary cancers, which means they started in another part of the body and spread to the brain. Primary brain tumors are those that started in the brain.
The symptoms of a malignant brain tumor depend on how big it is and where it is in the brain.
Common symptoms include:
Seek professional medical advice if you have persistent symptoms of a brain tumor. While it’s unlikely to be a tumor, it’s best to be sure by getting a proper diagnosis.
Tethering the spine, central nervous system, and limbic system is very important when treating brain tumors.
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