Brain Tumors are the growth of abnormal cells or a collection of masses within the brain. These cells do not die off like normal cells which lead to the continuous growth of the tumor. Tumors can start in the brain, or cancer elsewhere in the body can spread to the brain. In most cases, the exact cause of a brain tumor is not known. However, exposure to high doses of ionizing radiation and a family history of brain cancer increase the risk of brain cancers.
Exposure to Radiation
Spreading from one part of body to another
The treatment option for brain tumors is Surgery for confirmation. Other treatment options include: