There are numerous kinds of mind and spinal string tumors. The tumors are shaped by the anomalous development of cells and may start in various parts of the mind or spinal line. Together, the mind and spinal rope make up the focal sensory system. Benign (not malignancy) tumors develop and push on close-by zones of the cerebrum. They occasionally spread into other tissues. Malignant tumors develop rapidly and spread into another mind tissue. A metastatic tumor begins in another piece of the body and spreads to the mind. Tumors that begin in the mind are called essential cerebrum tumors. Metastatic mind tumors are more typical than essential cerebrum tumors.
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