Brain Stem Glioma


Brain stem glioma is a kind of CNS tumor that starts when solid cells in the cerebrum stem change and become wild, framing a mass called a tumor. Normally, when brain stem glioma is analyzed, it is frequently diffuse, which implies it has spread openly through the cerebrum stem. This kind of tumor is normally exceptionally forceful, implying that it develops and spreads rapidly. Brain stem glioma happens most regularly in kids. Most cerebrum stem tumors create in the pons and develop in a piece of the mind stem where it can be hard to perform surgery.

Brain Stem Glioma


  • Twofold vision
  • Not having the capacity to close the eyelids
  • Hanging of the face
  • Trouble biting
  • Shortcoming in the arms and legs
  • Instability, and trouble strolling
  • Trouble talking
  • Cerebral pain
  • Spewing



A biopsy is the evacuation of tissue for examination under a magnifying lens. A pathologist at that point breaks down the sample. The biopsy can be performed utilizing a fine needle biopsy or by surgically evacuating part or the greater part of the tumor. The pathology of the salivary organ might be entangled, even among experienced pathologists.

Imaging Tests

Imaging methods, basically CT or MRI, are valuable to enable specialists to see the size and area of the tumor before surgery. A sweep may likewise be utilized to decide whether the tumor has spread to different parts of the body or not.