Genuine Brief Overview: Brain Tumours and their Related Evaluation and Curative Possibilities

Srivastav, Yash and Alam, Afroj and Srivastav, Aditya and Ahmad, Mohd. Imtiyaz (2024) Genuine Brief Overview: Brain Tumours and their Related Evaluation and Curative Possibilities. Journal of Cancer and Tumor International, 14 (3). pp. 24-32. ISSN 2454-7360

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A brain tumour may start somewhere else and go to the brain or originate in the brain cells (as demonstrated). Signs and symptoms including headaches, nausea, and balance issues are brought on by the tumour's growth, which puts pressure on adjacent brain tissue and alters its function. They may originate in the brain itself or adjacent tissue. Meninges, the brain's membranes, may be among the nearby tissue. Additionally, brain tumours can develop in the pituitary, pineal, and nerves. Brain tumours develop when DNA alterations occur in the brain or nearby brain cells. Tumours often develop when cells in the body divide and expand uncontrollably. The body normally regulates the division and development of cells. Older cells are replaced by new ones or given new roles by the creation of new cells. Damaged or unnecessary cells die to create room for healthy ones. In India, the frequency of central nervous system (CNS) tumours is between 5 and 10 per 100,000 people, and it is on the rise, making up 2% of all cancers. 2019 data on the incidence and death of brain cancer. 2019 saw 347,992 new instances of brain cancer reported globally; 187,491 (54%) males and 160,501 (46%) females received the diagnosis. We review the aetiology, prevalence, possible therapies, and present state of brain tumours in this study.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Institute Archives > Medical Science
Depositing User: Managing Editor
Date Deposited: 01 Jul 2024 04:27
Last Modified: 01 Jul 2024 04:27

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