Symptoms of Glioma Cancer - Oren Zarif


The word 'glioma' derives from the Greek word which means 'tumor'. Tumors are abnormal growths that occur in one part of the body. In most cases, they originate from the lymphatic system. Tumors can be malignant or benign. Benign tumors do not threaten the health of the patient. On the other hand, malignant tumors are ones that have the potential to spread to other areas of the body.

These spread through the blood stream to different parts of the body. These tumors develop in areas where the immune system is weak or at times where the cells are abnormally distributed. Glioma cancer is one kind of tumor that can affect the immune system. When the cells become overactive, they attack healthy tissue and thus initiate a tumor.

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This disease is diagnosed based on the particular type of cells that have started dividing. There are several tests that are performed by the doctor to assess the growth. However, to confirm a diagnosis, biopsies and MRI tests are required. In addition to these tests, the doctor may also order a bone scan or spinal tap to verify the diagnosis. Once these have been established, your doctor will then discuss what course of treatment you should take.

Treatment options for this cancer depend on what stage the cancer is at. If it is at an early stage, your doctor may recommend surgery or radiation therapy. In some instances, it may be recommended that a curette is used to remove the tumors. On the other hand, if the tumor is at an advanced stage, it may be more difficult to treat. Cancer treatments include, but are not limited to, chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.

When it comes to treatment, there are several things that determine how aggressive a doctor's approach to treating your particular case. For instance, the type and size of the tumor will play a role in how the doctor proceeds. Generally, smaller tumors are treated using a combination of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. Larger tumors can only be treated with surgery or with a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Additionally, the type and size of the cancer cells can determine whether a doctor will consider removing some of the cancerous cells. If the cells are too large, the doctor may recommend just waiting and seeing if the tumor grows larger.


The good news about glioma is that this form of cancer is relatively rare. The number of reported cases has nearly doubled in the past few years. This increase has led to an increase in treatment options as well. However, when you have any of the various symptoms that indicate that you might have glioma, it is important that you see a doctor. Early detection of this disease can mean the difference between life and death.