Brain Tumours and Cancers

Behavioural changes, confusion, and convulsions are some of the signs of brain cancer. Tumours aren't always cancerous. There are two sorts of tumours: benign tumours and malignant tumours. The risk of a benign tumour is lower than that of a malignant tumour. Malignant tumours are referred to as cancer. Nausea, vomiting, and visual changes are all signs of brain cancer. The term "brain tumour" refers to a grouping of abnormal cells in the brain. Primary brain tumours are benign (non-cancerous) tumours that form from brain cells, glands, and nerve cells that start in the brain. When cancer cells move from another organ, such as the lung or breast, to the brain, it is known as a secondary brain tumour. A few tumours put pressure on the brain's environs, and others cause direct harm to the brain tissue.directly which leads to brain injury. 

  • a traumatic brain damage
  • Infection of the brain
  • Restlessness
  • Irritability

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