Brain cancer is the cancer cells of the brain or malignant cells that mainly arise in the brain tissue. Growth of the Cancer cells formed as cancer tissue or tumor, which mainly interferes with the functions of brain that includes sensation, muscle control, memory, as well as many other body functions. Brain cancer arises from many numbers of brain cells types, which is mainly occurr in the form of cancer cells and spread across different regions or brain or metastasize. Grades or stages of brain cancer indicates mostly how aggressive it is. Based on the behavior that includes the speed of the growth, Brain tumors will be graded as 1 to 4. Low-grade tumors Grade (1 to 2) are non-cancerous, and the high-grade tumors (3 to 4) are cancerous.
What Are the Types of Brain Tumors?
Choroid Plexus Carcinoma – The Choroid Plexus Carcinoma is the Type grade III of choroid plexus tumor mainly affecting the choroid plexus. Choroid Plexus Carcinoma was primarily creating the lesions in the brain for increasing the cerebrospinal fluid volume that results in the hydrocephalus.
Craniopharyngioma – Craniopharyngioma is located near the pituitary gland in the brain that secretes the hormones for controlling the functions of the body. Craniopharyngioma grows slowly and affects all functions of a pituitary gland. The Craniopharyngioma is a noncancerous brain tumor (benign).
Embryonal Tumors – Growth of the tissues in the central nervous system are the cancerous tumors, which mainly starts in embryonic cells or fetal in the brain. Embryonal tumors could be formed at any stage, and it includes Medulloblastomas.
Ependymoma – This type of Tumor could be formed in the spinal cord or the brain. Ependymoma mainly begins at ependymal cells where cerebrospinal fluid nourishes brain flows.
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