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Brain Tumor treatment cost in India

Brain tumor is the growth of abnormal cells within the brain or close to the brain. There are several types of brain tumors, “Benign” which are non-cancerous, and “Malignant” which are cancerous. Depending on the type of tumor - cancerous (malignant) and non-cancerous (benign), it can either hit your brain or start from the other part of the body and eventually spread to the brain.

Treatment option for Brain Tumors:-

  • Craniotomy
  • Gamma Knife
  • ورم الغدة النخامية

The estimated cost of Deep Brain Stimulation surgery in India ranges from 20,000 USD to 22,000 USD.

قد تختلف تكلفة العلاج أيضًا من مستشفى إلى آخر اعتمادًا على البنية التحتية ومرافق الاختبار والجراح وما إلى ذلك. يمكن ترتيب الإقامة في الفنادق وبيوت الضيافة الواقعة بالقرب من المستشفيات وقد تختلف التكلفة من 25-100 دولار أمريكي حسب اختيارات المريض.

Brain Tumor treatment Hospitals in India


جراحة ورم الدماغ

A Brain Tumour is an abnormal growth of cells within the brain, which can be cancerous (malignant) or non-cancerous (benign).

Causes of Brain Tumour

  • Radiation to the head
  • An inherited (genetic) risk
  • HIV infection
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Environmental toxins (for example, chemicals used in oil refineries, embalming chemicals, rubber industry chemicals)

Symptoms of Brain Tumour

  • Low blood pressure and Eye problems
  • بدانة
  • Sensitivity to heat or cold
  • Changes in the person’s mental function
  • Headaches, Seizures, Clumsiness and Dizziness
  • Weakness in one part of the body
  • Change in alertness (including sleepiness, unconsciousness, and coma)
  • Changes in hearing, taste or smell and ability to feel pain, pressure, different temperatures, or other stimuli
  • Confusion or Memory loss
  • Difficulty swallowing, writing or reading
  • Lack of control over the bladder or bowels
  • Loss of balance, coordination
  • Numbness or tingling on one side of the body
  • Personality, mood, behavior, or emotional changes
  • Trouble speaking or understanding others who are speaking and walking
  • Abnormal nipple discharge
  • Absent menstruation (periods)
  • Enlarged hands and feet, Excessive body hair and Facial changes

Brain Tumour Treatment:


Craniotomy Surgery is done by opening a small flap of the skull to access the tumor and then taking the tumor out surgically. If the brain tumor is located in a place that makes it accessible for an operation, your surgeon will work to remove as much of your brain tumor as possible. In some cases, tumors are small and easy to separate from surrounding brain tissue, which makes complete surgical removal possible. In other cases, tumors can’t be separated from surrounding tissue or they’re located near sensitive areas in your brain, making surgery risky. In these situations, your doctor may try to remove as much of the tumor as is safe. Even removing a portion of the brain tumor may help reduce your signs and symptoms. In some cases, only a small biopsy is taken to confirm the diagnosis.

Radio Surgery for Brain Tumours

Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) is not a form of surgery in the traditional sense. Instead, Radio Surgery for brain cancers uses multiple beams of radiation to give a highly focused form of radiation treatment to kill the tumor cells in a very small area. Each beam of radiation isn’t particularly powerful, but the point where all the beams meet — at the brain tumor — receives a very large dose of radiation to kill the tumor cells. Radiosurgery is typically done in one treatment, and in most cases, you can go home the same day.

Radiation Therapy for Brain Cancers and Brain Tumours

Radiation Therapy uses high-energy beams, such as X-rays or protons, to kill tumor cells. Radiation therapy can come from a machine outside your body (external beam radiation), or, in very rare cases, radiation can be placed inside your body close to your brain tumor (brachytherapy). External beam radiation can focus just on the area of your brain where the tumor is located, or it can be applied to your entire brain (whole brain radiation). Whole-brain radiation is most often used to treat cancer that has spread to the brain from some other part of the body.

Chemotherapy for Brain Cancers

Chemotherapy uses drugs to kill tumor cells. Chemotherapy drugs can be taken orally in pill form or injected into a vein (intravenously). The chemotherapy drug used most often to treat brain tumors is temozolomide (Temodar), which is taken as a pill. Many other chemotherapy drugs are available and may be used depending on the type of cancer. Another type of chemotherapy can be placed during surgery. When removing all or part of the brain tumor, your surgeon may place one or more disk-shaped wafers in the space left by the tumor. These wafers slowly release a chemotherapy drug over the next several days the other Treatments for Brain Tumours include – CyberKnife and Gamma Knife brain tumor.