OverviewAccording to their rate of growth and tendency to recur following treatment, Brain Tumours are categorised into 2 parts:
- Low-Grade (Grade 1 or 2): Non-cancerous (benign) brain tumours are less likely to recur following therapy because they develop more slowly.
- High-Grade (Grade 3 or 4): Cancerous (malignant) brain tumours that either originate in the brain (primary tumours) or spread there from another location (secondary tumours) are more likely to recur following therapy.
The comprehensive cancer care programme at Sarvodaya uses an advanced and multi-modal strategy for Brain Tumour treatment. The staff at Sarvodaya ensures personalised, devoted care with accurate diagnosis for better advancement towards recovery. The type of tumour cells can be determined through specialised lab testing.
The available treatments depend on the Brain Tumour's type, size, and location. Chemotherapy and other medications are used to manage cancer. Sarvodaya Hospital houses an advanced and equipped cancer care team that is committed, knowledgeable, and ready to handle brain tumour treatment and rehabilitation.