Glial Tumor Of Brain (disorder): Disease Bioinformatics
A glial tumor of the brain grows from glial cells and is malignant and aggressive. The different types of cells involved help to further the classification of the glial tumor. Causes of glial tumors are not fully known, however genetics, radiation and gender seem to be factors. Symptoms of a glial tumor of the brain depend on the location and size of the tumor, but they usually include headaches, nausea, vision and speech impairment, balance and coordination issues, and memory problems. Treatments usually include surgery to remove the tumor, but chances of recurrence are high due to the highly aggressive nature of the tumor. Radiation and chemotherapy are also used to stop the glial tumor growth, but many patients do not live past a year after diagnosis.
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