Other Types of Brain Tumors

Hemangioblastomas are usually found in the cerebellum and are slow-growing. Originating from blood vessels, they may be large and are often seen with a cyst. Hemangioblastomas are common in people between the ages of 40 and 60, and more so in men.

Treatment: The treatment for this is surgical excision through a craniotomy.


Rhabdoid tumours are rather rare. They are very aggressive and spread through the central nervous system, often appearing in more than one part of the body, particularly the kidneys. While rhabdoid tumours can occur in adults, they occur more commonly in young children.

Treatment: The treatment for this is surgical excision through a craniotomy.


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