Side Effects Of Brain Tumor Surgery?
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Tumors occur due to genetic mutations that cause cells to proliferate abnormally and are out of control. Tumors can appear in various parts of the body, the brain is no exception. Malignant or benign tumor is not merely determined based on its size, but rather based on the type of cells making up the tumor. This condition is usually evaluated based on the results of physical examination, in-depth interviews, and supporting examinations, such as biopsy, CT scan, MRI, x-rays, and so on.
Tumors in the brain, depending on location, type, stage, and other characteristics can cause various clinical symptoms, ranging from mild to severe. The condition of your colleague who experiences body stiffness when walking can be caused by pressure caused by tumors on nerve fibers that regulate the movement of the lower limbs. It could also, the size of the tumor that is getting bigger will make the sufferer experience recurring headaches, vomiting, impaired vision, mental disorders, impaired balance and coordination, as well as a variety of other complaints.
We suggest that you invite your colleague to consult directly with a doctor or neurosurgeon specializing in his condition. Depending on the condition of the tumor, treatment can be done by observation, surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and various other therapeutic modalities. Of course, there is no medical treatment without risk at all. However, a good doctor will only recommend a medical treatment if it is felt that the benefits that can be generated far exceed the potential risks that may arise. Therefore, entrust the best treatment directly to the experts huh ..
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