Treatment of brain tumors

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For many people, the diagnosis of a brain tumor sounds like a death sentence. But the point is, not every tumor is cancer, and not every cancer is necessarily fatal. And, if you understand how the body works, how the tumor affects it and how to treat it, the patient will, together with doctors, fight the disease.

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More information about the diagnosis can be found at the link A BRAIN TUMOR
Symptoms
There are two types of symptoms: cerebral and focal.
General cerebral – the consequences of increased intracranial pressure and compression of parts of the brain. These symptoms, which may not be due to a tumor:

  • nausea and vomiting, especially in the morning, which does not depend on food intake;
  • headache;
  • dizziness.
Focal – symptoms that indicate a tumor focus:

  • sensitivity disorders – a tumor in the area that is responsible for sensitivity;
  • lack of coordination – a neoplasm in the area responsible for coordination;
  • seizures

These are just a few of the possible symptoms.
Types
  • Acoustic neuroma
  • Astrocytoma
  • Metastases to the brain
  • Carcinoma of the plexus
  • Craniopharyngioma
  • Embryonic tumors
  • Ependymoma
  • Glioblastoma
  • Glioma
  • Medulloblastoma
  • Meningioma
  • Oligodendroglioma
  • Children's brain tumors
  • Pineoblastoma
  • Pituitary tumors
Causes
Brain tumors that begin in the brain:
Primary brain tumors occur in the brain itself or in tissues adjacent to it, such as the meninges (meninges), cranial nerves, pituitary gland, or pineal gland.
Primary brain tumors begin when normal cells acquire errors (mutations) in their DNA. These mutations allow cells to grow and divide at an increased rate and continue to live when healthy cells die. The result is a mass of abnormal cells that form a tumor.
In adults, primary brain tumors are much less common than secondary brain tumors, in which the cancer begins elsewhere and spreads to the brain.
There are many different types of primary brain tumors. Each gets its name from the type of cells involved.

Cancer that starts elsewhere and spreads to the brain
Secondary (metastatic) brain tumors are tumors that arise from cancer that begins elsewhere in your body and then spreads (metastasizes) to your brain.
Secondary brain tumors most often occur in people who have a history of cancer. But in rare cases, a metastatic brain tumor may be the first sign of cancer that has started elsewhere in your body.
In adults, secondary brain tumors are much more common than primary brain tumors.
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TEAM
VOLODYMYR FEDIRKO
Doctor of Medical Sciences, head of department
Work experience: 32 years
PETRO ONISHCHENKO
Candidate of medical sciences, Doctor-neurosurgeon
Work experience: 34 years
OLEXANDR LISYANYI
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Doctor-neurosurgeon
Work experience: 26 years
ANDRIY NABOYCHENKO
Doctor-neurosurgeon

Work experience: 12 years

TESTIMONIALS

Sholina Ksenia
4 years have passed, and our whole family remembers with the same trepidation the miracle that the dear Vladimir Olegovich did for us. When everyone refused, he took and saved my life ...
Bilda Valentyn
I would like to thank my savior, Fedirko Vladimir Olegovich and the entire team for the removal of subtentorial neurooncology. Separately, I thank my guardian angel, Oksana, who did not leave me, day and night.
Kutovaya Elena
Low bow to all the medical staff, especially Vladimir Olegovich Fedirko. In 2012, my mother was operated on with a diagnosis of trigeminal neuralgia. We arrived in Kiev without even a referral and Vladimir Olegovich heard us and appointed the day of the operation.
Maltseva Victoria
Our family is truly grateful to Vladimirovich Olegovich and the entire team of the clinic for their professional work. Behind this familiar "thank you" is actually an ocean of our and my mother's hopes, worries, fears, sleepless nights ... We have never regretted our decision. Thank you.
Andriychuk Viktoria
Thanks for the golden hands and invaluable knowledge to Vladimir Olegovich Fedirko, as well as to the entire team of the clinic! After a successfully and professionally performed surgery in 2014, this year I became a mother!
ABOUT US
Institute of Neurosurgery
The Clinic of Subtentorial Neurooncology of the Institute of Neurosurgery was founded in 1988 as a subdivision of the Department of Neurooncology of the Institute of Neurosurgery named after A.P. Romodanova
Best Neurosurgeons
Every year the clinic staff performs more than 500 complex operations at a modern, highly professional level
Complex Operations
Treatment of neurosurgical diseases of the posterior fossa, brainstem, craniobasal localization, cranial nerves and other complex localizations
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WHAT DO WE OFFER?
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We are always ready to study in detail your case in the initial examination mode in inoperable hours.
Operation
Do you already know that your case is operable? Then we are waiting for you in our office at the initial inspection.
Accompaniment
After treatment, our patients remain under supervision for life.
When applying to our clinic, it is desirable to have:

MRI scans, doctor's opinion, tests

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