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Brain tumor is the growth of mass of cells accumulated at a particular part of the brain.  Brain tumor occurs due to uncontrolled cell division caused due to disturbance in the cell cycle. The brain tumor is two types cancerous or benign. The benign brain tumor is not very dangerous but the malignant brain tumor could be life-threatening as it spread at an alarming rate. The cells in the malignant brain tumor become cancerous as they continue to grow and spread, which disrupts the functionality of the entire body. Basically, the treatment of the tumor depends upon person to person and it also majorly depends upon the size, the spread, and the location of the tumor.

Symptoms of Brain Tumor
The symptoms of brain tumors greatly depend upon the size, location, and spread of the brain tumor. The function of the part of the brain where the tumor is formed is majorly affected.  Some of the symptoms include:

  •  Headache
  •  Fatigue
  •  Nausea
  •  Hormonal imbalance
  • Visual disability
  • Hearing disability
  • Affected memory
  • Poor motor skills
  • Poor body movement and balance


  • Surgical removal of the tumor becomes necessary in order to eliminate the chances of spreading cancer. Surgical removal of the tumor is a complicated process that needs to be done with absolute precision. Removal of tumors helps to regain the neurological balance and improve the overall symptoms that occur due to the tumor.
  • Advances in Medical Science and Technology has made the surgery of brain tumors very simplified by using cortical mapping enhanced imaging and fluorescent dyes
  • Cortical mapping helps the doctor to identify the parts of the brain which are responsible for language, Motor skills, sense organs, and olfactory function.
  • Enhanced imaging devices help the surgeon to perform the surgery more accurately and with full precision.  The Computer Based technique helps the surgeon to guide during the process of surgery by helping to locate the exact location of the infected area.
  • Fluorescent dyes guide the surgeon had the surgeon to identify the tumor cells that helps to remove the tumor with full precision and accuracy as any damage to the nearby cells might cause permanent damage to the functionality of that part of the brain.

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Dr. Sushil Chandra Taparia

Director - Neurosurgery

Dr. Yashpal Singh Rathore

Senior Consultant - Neuro Surgery