What is the difference between benign and malignant brain tumors?


What is the difference between benign and malignant brain tumors? Brain tumors are indeed divided into benign and malignant, but many people do not know what is considered a benign brain tumor and what is a malignant brain tumor. This has also led to many people’s best choice During the treatment period, how to distinguish benign brain tumors from malignant brain tumors? The so-called benign brain tumors refer to those that grow in a certain part of the brain, are well differentiated, grow slowly, and can often be cured. Such as meningiomas, pituitary adenomas, embryonic residual tumors and vascular tumors. On the contrary, malignant brain tumors have poor cell differentiation, rapid growth, and are difficult to cure. For example, glioblastoma, metastases and invasive tumors in the brain are mostly malignant. Some benign brain tumors, due to their deep location and many important structures around them, are already large when they are discovered and cannot be completely removed by surgery, resulting in a poor prognosis. Some so-called malignant brain tumors, because they grow in less important brain tissue, can be almost completely removed, survive for a long time after surgery, and can even be cured. There are very few brain tumors that start out as benign and then gradually become malignant. Therefore, no matter what type of brain tumor you suffer from, you should not take it lightly and seek medical attention promptly. Below, I would like to ask Director Li Guiqiu, a brain tumor expert from Beijing Tongxin Hospital of our hospital, and Professor Feng Lianchuan, a brain tumor expert from traditional Chinese medicine, to give you an overview of the effective conventional treatment methods, surgery, traditional Chinese medicine, selective radiotherapy and chemotherapy, etc., which can be used as comprehensive treatments. The important measure is to consider surgical treatment first. If it grows in a site that can be surgically removed, surgery should be considered first. For tumors that grow in areas that cannot be surgically removed or have multiple brain tumors, conservative treatment such as traditional Chinese medicine is required.

Traditional Chinese medicine is an important method in the treatment of brain tumors. Preoperative TCM treatment can effectively control the growth of brain tumors. Postoperative TCM treatment, combined with surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, can reduce the pain of surgery and quickly restore the body, and can also alleviate the side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy. , improve the effect of treatment. Improve the quality of life and extend life. Because most malignant brain tumors cannot be completely removed by surgery, they will grow again in the original lesions, like cutting “leeks”, with the characteristics of growth and recurrence. In addition, simple surgical removal will stimulate and accelerate the growth rate and malignancy of brain tumors. Therefore, traditional Chinese medicine is an essential anti-relapse treatment after surgery. To find treatment and telephone consultation with experienced experts, please search on Baidu. Brain tumor expert Li Guiqiu. Or; Traditional Chinese Medicine Brain Tumor Glioma Expert Network; Our hospital, Beijing Tongxin Hospital, is an institution in the country that has used pure traditional Chinese medicine to treat brain tumors for many years . The curative effect is remarkable for patients with various brain tumors such as gliomas. Most patients have obvious results in about half a month. A small number of patients have seen their glioma shrink or a small part of the calcification disappear after taking the medicine for about six months. For some patients with brain tumors, recurrence can be effectively prevented after surgery. Over the years, it has helped tens of thousands of brain tumor patients relieve their pain or extend their lives with high quality. When choosing traditional Chinese medicine to treat brain tumors, of course you need to choose the right traditional Chinese medicine expert. First of all, you should consider experts who are experienced in treating patients, have many cases of treatment and rehabilitation, and have a good reputation. Choosing the right expert can help patients avoid detours and control the condition as soon as possible. development, alleviate patients’ pain, and effectively extend their survival. The treatment of brain tumors requires cooperation from many aspects. At the same time, post-operative care must be taken, proper nutritional supplementation in diet , proper exercise, and maintaining a good attitude will help in rapid recovery and prolong the survival period of the patient. The following cases are for reference only.

Wang Moumou, a 63-year-old female from Bayannaoer City, Inner Mongolia, brainstem glioma: Since April 6, 2010, she has had difficulty moving her left limb, confusion, difficulty swallowing, facial paralysis , and choking when drinking water. She underwent CT and MRI. , showed brainstem glioma. After taking the medicine for 2 months, he was able to walk, his speech function recovered, his swallowing improved, and his sleep improved. After taking the medicine for one year, he completely returned to normal and began to reduce the dosage.

Mr. Zhou, a 54-year-old civil servant in Nanjing City, suffered from twitching of his right limb on December 8, 2006. Head CT and MRI showed that he had a glioma on his left side, which was inoperable, so he underwent gamma knife treatment. In April 2007, he relapsed again, with dizziness and unsteady walking due to pressure on his right limb. He started taking medicine in our hospital on May 12, 2007, and his symptoms were significantly relieved. On May 13, 2008, he was reexamined, and the PRL plane scan was enhanced and significantly reduced. On May 13, 2009, the tumor was basically gone. Everything is normal now, I keep going to work, and I will start tapering off after 2 years.

Zhang, a 39-year-old male from Yilan County, Heilongjiang Province, had a brainstem glioma. He was unsteady in walking, numb in his limbs, and had tinnitus in his right ear. A head MRI showed a brainstem glioma involving the right cerebellum and pontine arm. He had been diagnosed since 2005. He started taking medicine in our hospital on November 29. After half a year, his condition became stable and his symptoms relieved. He started to reduce the dosage and stopped the medicine after one year. In September 2011, the tumor disappeared and there were only small blood clots in the area.

Important reminder from our hospital’s traditional Chinese medicine brain tumor experts: Brain tumors are difficult diseases. Once diagnosed, please hurry up and seek medical treatment to avoid delaying the best treatment period. Patients must choose professional brain tumor experts with many years of experience, especially brain tumor experts in traditional Chinese medicine. Seek diagnosis and treatment from TCM experts in specialized brain tumor departments. In addition, you must follow the doctor’s instructions to take the medicine regularly and quantitatively. Our hospital adjusts the formula every month according to the patient’s condition. Please do not buy medicine privately from pharmacies outside the hospital, because a small number of Chinese medicines are not available in pharmacies outside the hospital. The quality of medicine cannot be guaranteed, which will affect the efficacy, so do not buy medicine at will or “combine medicine” to avoid delaying the condition and treatment effect, causing irreparable regrets. Patients need to know: Our hospital is a designated unit for medical insurance. When patients seek medical treatment, they must provide their name, age, history of illness, treatment history, relevant medical records, original or copy of the examination report, and CT or MRI films.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *