Benign Neoplasm Of Brain, Unspecified: Disease Bioinformatics
A benign brain neoplasm is a brain tumor, or abnormal growth of cells, that and does not contain cancer cells, meaning once it is removed it does not typically reoccur. Benign neoplasms often have clear borders, meaning that they do not invade surrounding tissue. Benign neoplasms may still cause symptoms to that of cancerous tumors due to their size and location in the brain, such as headaches, nausea, and sensory problems, but do not pose the same threat as the malignant neoplasms. Without a biopsy, a benign brain neoplasm can lead to complications and even death, causing 13,000 deaths in the US yearly.
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