Brain stem neoplasms are tumors that occur in the brain stem, which is a section of the brain necessary for heart rate, breathing, and other components of the autonomous nervous system. The neoplasms can be either benign or malignant, and can come in the form of gliomas, hemangioblastomas, gangliogliomas, and enendymomas. The symptoms of a brain stem neoplasm include dizziness, breathing problems, headaches, nausea, and ataxia. Treatments of brain stem neoplasms depend on the severity and type of tumor, and since the brain stem is so crucial to survival, surgery is only done when absolutely necessary, as the risk to remove the tumor may be greater than the tumor itself.
Brain Stem Neoplasms Bioinformatics Tool
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