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Brain metastases occur when cancer cells spread to the brain from their place of origin. Any cancer can spread to the brain, but the types most likely to metastasize to the brain are lung, breast, colon, kidney, and melanoma.
Brain metastases can form one or more brain tumors. As metastatic brain tumors grow, they create pressure and change the function of the surrounding brain tissue. These signs and symptoms like headaches, personality changes, memory loss and seizures.
Treatment for people whose cancer has spread to the brain may include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, or a combination of treatments. Other treatments may be recommended in certain situations. Treatment often focuses on reducing the pain and symptoms that result from the cancer. Brain metastases Treatment in Khammam
The signs and symptoms caused by brain metastases can vary depending on the location, size, and rate of growth of the metastatic tumors.
Signs and symptoms of brain metastases are:
- Headache, sometimes with vomiting or nausea
- Mental changes, such as B. increasing memory problems
- Weakness or numbness on one side of the body
Brain metastases occur when cancer cells break away from their original location. The cells can pass through the bloodstream or lymphatic system and spread (metastasize) to the brain, where they begin to multiply.
Metastatic cancer that spreads from its original location is called primary cancer. For example, cancer that has spread from the breast to the brain is called metastatic breast cancer, not a brain tumor. Brain metastases Treatment in Khammam
Any type of cancer can spread to the brain, but some types of cancer are more likely to cause brain metastasis, including:
- Lung cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colon cancer
- Kidney cancer