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What is the difference between Glioma and Glioblastoma?

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E. Austin

E. Austin

E. Austin
E. Austin

Answered Aug 30, 2019

Gliomas and glioblastomas are two classifications of nervous system tumors. Glioma is a tumor which arises from the glial cells of the brain. Glioblastoma is the most aggressive primary brain tumor known to man. It is the most typical primary brain tumor, and It causes headaches, nausea, and vomiting. The most substantial feature present is the progressive loss of memory, personality, and other neurological discrepancies arising from temporal lobe involvement.

Gliomas and glioblastomas are two classifications of nervous system tumors. Glioma is a tumor which
Glioma could be malignant while glioblastoma is always malignant. Glioma has a better prognosis than glioblastoma. The treatment for glioblastoma is resistant to routine procedures. The average rate of survival without treatment for glioblastoma is around three months, while the survival rate with treatment is one year.

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Chris Kenway

Chris Kenway

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Chris Kenway, Content Writer, Jacksonville

Answered Aug 13, 2019

Some people may assume that these two are the same but actually, they are not. Glioma is a type of brain tumor that comes from the glial cells. The glial cells are supposed to protect the neurons. Glioblastoma is known to be very aggressive. It will spread to various parts of the brain in a very fast manner that it will already be very hard for surgeons to remove all traces of this from the brain.

Some people may assume that these two are the same but actually, they are not. Glioma is a type of
Some people will live for years when they have benign gliomas but those who have malignant glioma or those who have glioblastoma may have a fewer chance of being able to recover. Some of them may even become fatalities when they do not get treated within weeks.

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C. Lopez

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C. Lopez, Chauffer, Chauffer, Watertown

Answered May 24, 2019

Glioma is a tumor coming from the glial group of cells. These cells are in the brain. They are important because they provide neurons in the brain with support. There are four grades of glioma. Grade IV is referred to as glioblastoma. This grade is more aggressive than the other three.

Glioma is a tumor coming from the glial group of cells. These cells are in the brain. They are
Glioblastoma can spread very quickly and it is the most common form of brain tumor. Due to the fact they spread so quickly, it is necessary to treat them just as fast.Glioblastoma's are treated with surgery to remove the tumor. After the surgery, the patient will go through six weeks of radiation.

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