Pediatirics Brain Tumor

Paediatric Brain Tumour


An abnormal collection or growth of cells in the child’s brain is called a paediatric brain tumor.

Risk Factors

Brain tumours in children usually have no known risk factors. However, some of the following may be associated with childhood brain tumours:

Signs and Symptoms

Brain tumors develop and expand, causing an increase in intracranial pressure. This may lead to the following symptoms:

  • Headaches
  • Seizures
  • Loss of balance
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  • Physical Examination -This exam may include general and neurological examination of child
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Most brain tumors in infants and children require surgical removal, or at least a biopsy, as part of the treatment.


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  • Are paediatric brain tumours curable?
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