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Glioma Brain Tumour
Diagnosing aglioma usually begins with a medical history review and exam by a braindisorder specialist (neurosurgeon), which includes checking your vision,hearing, balance, coordination and reflexes. Depending on thoseresults, your doctor may request one or more of the tests described below. All of your diagnostic testing can becompleted in a few days rather than in several weeks or months.
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Brain Tumour Meningioma
A meningioma is atumour of the meninges, which are the protective membranes around the brain andspinal cord.A meningioma canstart in any part of the brain or spinal cord, but the most common sites arethe cerebral hemispheres of the brain, made up of the four lobes. Most meningiomas arebenign and malignant ones are rare. Each year about 4,500people in the UK are diagnosed with tumours of the central nervous system(CNS). Meningiomas make up nearly 1 in 5 (20%) of all primary brain tumours. They are most likelyto be found in middle-aged or elderly people. Meningiomas are more common inwomen than in men.
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