A brain tumor can be simply defined as the mass or growth of abnormal cells in a brain.
A brain tumor can be simply defined as the mass or growth of abnormal cells in a brain. There are different types of brain tumors, among which some are benign or noncancerous and few are malignant or cancerous.
These tumors can either be a primary brain tumors, which begins in the human brain or the secondary brain tumors, which begin in other parts of the body and spread to the brain.
The symptoms of a brain tumor mainly depend on the size, type, location, and growth of tumor cells . The symptoms are mainly caused when:
General signs and symptoms of brain tumors include:
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