Are Tumors In The Head Frame Dangerous?
Good morning, I thought I was 21 years old, I used to be around 7-12 years old, I was convicted of having a tumor in the area of the head skeleton, but until now I did not operate, but I often felt headaches to vomit, sometimes even vomiting. so shaded every time the pain recurred, and I can not do a check again how is the development of the tumor, do you think if it’s not operated it’s dangerous or not ??
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Are you referring to a skeletal tumor in meningioma?
Meningiomas are tumors originating from the meninges or membranes that wrap around the brain. Meningiomas are usually benign and very very rarely found malignant meningiomas. Although most meningiomas are benign, due to their location in the skull bones which are very limited in space, large meningiomas can also be dangerous because they can cause increased pressure in the head and pressure on the brain. Symptoms of increased pressure in the head that are commonly found are severe headaches and spray vomiting. If the tumor causes pressure on certain nerves in the brain, neurological disorders can also occur, such as paralysis, vision problems, speech and language disorders, etc.
You should immediately conduct an examination to a neurologist so that further evaluation of the tumor in your head can be carried out. The main therapy for solid tumors is surgical removal of the tumor. You should not delay doing surgery especially for years. Although most menigiomas progress very slowly (slowly enlarging), the symptoms that you are experiencing right now will not improve or may even worsen if the tumor is not removed.
Here is a more complete article that you can read about meningioma
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