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Primary brain tumor

 

A primary brain tumor is a tumor that starts in the brain tissue.

 

A primary brain tumor may present itself with:

  • seizures
  • headache
  • speaking difficulty
  • visual difficulty
  • weakness
  • numbness

 

Types of tumor:

 

It is a slow-growing and 'relatively benign' tumor; phenomena occur as slowly and insidiously. They grow on the surface of the brain (or spinal cord)
 
 

 

  • tumor in the blood vessels (angioma)

Usually benign, noncancerous reddish-purple blood vessel growth that is caused by dilatation and / or tortuosity of blood vessels, such as a knot of varicose veins.

A red to reddish-purple, raised sore (lesion) on the skin
A massive, raised tumor with blood vessels

Be distinguished among other things:
- Strawberry hemangioma (Infantile hemangiomas)
- Cavernous hemangioma (Hemangiomas that grow in the brain cavities)
- Lymphangiomas (rare benign congenital tumours, involving both the head and the neck)
- Star shaped hemangioma
- Port wine stain

VIDEOS:

Glioblastoma Multiforme:

Meningeoma: grow on the surface of the brain (or spinal cord)

Pituitary tumors

 

Hemangioma:A photograph picture story of a hemangioma and how good it looked like after surgery: