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This is a rare benign tumor, most often occurring in children under 12 years. It represents less than 1% of all brain tumors. In children, the most frequent site of this tumor in the lateral ventricles. Plexuspapillome grow slowly inside…

A oligodendroglioma is a bran tumor , which results from cells in the brain form the scaffold for nerve cells. The corresponding cells is called oligodendrocytes . However, the scaffold is not only occur from oligodendrocytes and other cell types…

A neuroma (Neuron = nerve cell) is a benign, slow-growing brain tumor that occurs mostly in the posterior fossa. The most commonly occur in the Schwann cells of the eighth cranial nerve. This nerve is a twin Cochleovestibular nerve, therefore…

The meningioma is generally a slow-growing, benign brain tumor (benign cancer) emanating from the meninges of the central nervous system (CNS). Therefore, the meningioma is derived from the medical term “meninges”. Mostly the dura mater adherent bengin tumors of adulthood…

A medulloblastoma is a (WHO grade IV ) malignant tumor (brain cancer) which especially occurs in childhood. The tumor develops in the area of the back of the head from the cerebellum and grows into the surrounding tissue, such as…

Cerebral Lymphoma Cerebral lymphoma (Lymphoma n the brain) is a type of bran cancer. As degenerate cells of the immune system  in brain are called lymphoma. Specifically, it is in the lymphocytes, which belong to the white blood cells. These form…

Treatments of Cerebral Lymphoma In case of lymphoma in the brain (cerebral lymphoma) treatments depend on type of tumor. If there is an isolated lymphoma in the brain (cerebral lymphoma), so usually a sole chemotherapy or a combination of chemotherapy and…

Symptoms Of Cerebral Lymphoma Diverse symptoms can occur in case of a lymphoma in the brain (cerebral lymphoma). Just as in any other brain tumors, the symptoms related to a brain lymphoma, depend on the size and location of tumor in…

The meningioma is generally a slow-growing, benign tumor emanating from the meninges of the central nervous system (CNS). Therefore, the meningioma is derived from the medical term “meninges”. Mostly the dura mater adherent bengin tumors of adulthood that arise from…

A medulloblastoma is a (WHO grade IV ) malignant tumor which especially occurs in childhood. The tumor develops in the area of the back of the head from the cerebellum and grows into the surrounding tissue, such as in an…