Brain tumors can be compassionate or malignant:
Benign brain tumors do not contain cancer cells:
· Usually, begin tumors can be detached, and they seldom grow back.
· The border or edge of a benign brain tumor can be visibly seen. Cells from begin tumors do not attack tissues around them or spread to other parts of the body. However, benign tumors can press on receptive areas of the brain and cause serious health harms.
· Unlike benign tumor in most other part of the body, benign brain tumors are now and then life threatening.
· Very rarely, a benign brain tumor may grow to be malignant.
Malignant brain tumors contain cancer cells:
· Malignant brain tumors are usually more serious and often is life threatening.
· They are likely to grow rapidly and crowd or attack the neighboring healthy brain tissue.
· Very rarely, cancers cells may break absent from a malignant brain tumor and spread to other part of the brain, to the spinal cord, or still to other parts of the body. The spread of cancer is called metastasis.
· Sometimes, a malignant tumor does not expand into healthy tissue. The tumor may be restricted within a layer of tissue. Or the bones of the skull or another constitution in the head may confine it. This kind of tumor is called encapsulate.