Neuroblastomas are cancers that start in infant nerve cells of sympathetic nervous system also known as neuroblasts, hence, they can be found anywhere along this system. During the maturation of fetus, neuroblasts turn into nerve cells and fibers and the cells that make up the adrenal glands. Most neuroblasts mature by the time of birth, few immature neuroblasts can be found in newborns. In most of the cases, these immature neuroblasts either mature or disappear. However, the ones those doesnt mature or disappear form a tumor which is referred to as neuroblastoma. The most common signs and symptoms of neuroblastoma are caused by the tumor pressing on nearby tissues as it grows or by cancer spreading to the bone.
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Last date updated on June, 2014