Meningiomas


 

These primary brain tumors grow in the meninges, thin layers of protective tissue that cover the brain and spinal cord. They are usually slow growing and do not often spread to other parts of the body. They usually do not grow into the brain, but instead, push on the brain as they get larger. Surgical resection of meningiomas may be necessary if the tumor shows rapid growth and causes neurological symptoms. 

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