Brain Tumors

Brain tumors are abnormal growths of cells in the brain tissue. These tumors can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). In either case, these masses can cause serious health problems and should be treated as quickly as possible.


The diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors are provided by brain surgery specialists. These experts evaluate, classify, and determine the treatment plan for tumors using advanced diagnostic methods and sophisticated surgical techniques.


During the diagnostic process, procedures such as brain imaging techniques (MRI, CT scan) and biopsies are performed. These methods provide crucial information about the size, location, and type of the tumor, which plays a critical role in determining the treatment plan.

The treatment of brain tumors is personalized and often requires the collaboration of multiple disciplines. Methods such as surgical intervention, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of these treatments can be used. The goal is to remove or control the tumor as much as possible.


The surgical treatment of brain tumors is typically performed using microsurgical techniques. The aim is to remove the tumor while minimizing damage to the surrounding healthy brain tissue. Advanced surgical navigation systems and imaging technologies assist surgeons in operating with precision and achieving the best possible outcomes.


The most common symptoms of brain tumors include headaches, nausea, visual and speech disturbances, balance problems, walking difficulties, mood fluctuations, memory problems, and sensory loss in the arms and legs. However, it should be noted that these symptoms can be caused by various other health issues as well. If you believe you have these symptoms, it is best to consult with your healthcare provider to determine the cause.