If the tumor causes excessive hormone secretion or pressure on the optic nerve, it should be removed by surgery. The success of the operation depends on the type of tumor, its location, its size and its influence on the surrounding tissues.
Treatment is the insertion of a valve that regulates the pressure of the cerebrospinal fluid and sometimes eliminates the barrier; in some cases in the hydrocephalus, the growth of the head stops and no longer increases.
The lumbar spinal fusion is the operation of inserting screws and cages to keep the spine. This procedure is performed because the spine beads are dislocated due to injury or because of severe pain the spine should be fixed.
ُThe surgery is such that the skull bone is removed to access the brain, including a variety of different ways that can be done within the head. Despite all the different styles, they all have the same recovery process.
The treatment in most of these lesions is brain tumor surgery. Surgery involves craniotomy and microscopic tumor discharge to reduce brain pressure and to send samples for a definitive diagnosis of the type of brain tumor.