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What Are Different Types of Brain Tumor & How it Can be Diagnosed?

Brain tumours are broadly divided into two categories. It is termed as a primary brain tumour and metastatic brain tumour, respectively.

What Are Different Types of Brain Tumor & How it Can be Diagnosed?

 

What are brain tumours?

Generally known as an intracranial tumour, it is a mass of abnormal tissue which makes the cells grow multiplay and in an uncontrollable rate. It remains unchecked by the mechanism that controls healthy cells. Researches have shown that there are near about 150 different types of brain tumours, and with the advancement of science, many of it can be cured with the best cancer treatment in India.

What are the types of brain tumours?

Brain tumours are broadly divided into two categories. It is termed as a primary brain tumour and metastatic brain tumour, respectively.

A primary brain tumour can be defined as tissues originating from the brain and its surroundings. It can be further classified into glial or non-glial; the former is made up of a glial cell, and the later is formed in the structure of the brain.

The metastatic or malignant brain tumour happens to develop in other parts of the body, maybe at the breast area or the lungs and then shifts to the brain following the direction of the bloodstream. These are generally the cancerous tumours. Brain tumour treatment results have shown that almost 40% of people who suffer from lung cancer have also been a victim of brain tumour. Advanced treatment approaches have changed the quality of life for the victims.

Know the symptoms-

It is very important to be aware of the symptoms before starting the diagnosis. The significant symptoms are -

Typical headaches at regular interval

Seizures, difficulty in thinking or speaking.

Paralysis, weakness, numbness or tingling.

Vomiting and nausea.

Diagnosis-

Various ways are there to detect brain tumour. The initial process of diagnosis starts with computed tomography or CT scan or in critical cases, MRI is recommended. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) is used to detect the chemical profile of the tumour. Also, positron emission tomography (PET scan). Is used to identify and examine recurring brain tumours. A biopsy is the last and perhaps final way out in some rare cases to identify and start the brain tumour treatment. Some other diagnoses recommended are-

Surgery- Often, doctors will prescribe surgery as they remove the cancerous cells and tissues from the brain through it. It is advisable to avail the consultation of the best neurosurgeon doing the cancer treatment in India as it is a challenging task to remove the tumour without injuring the brain cells.

Chemotherapy is a ray that is given to the patient to kill the cancerous cells in the brain. It is generally proved to be fruitful for pediatric tumours and lymphomas. There are equal chances of the patient surviving with it as well as not responding to it. Besides, it has severe side-effects like immune system suffering from a severe setback, nausea and scarring in the lung.

Radiation therapy is another way of treating brain cancer. High x-rays are used to kill or shrink the tumour and cancerous cells. This option is availed by the doctor when the tumour can not be cured through surgery.

 

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::: To efficiently and effectively resolve hospital bed and hospital staff housing deficits nationwide, cargo architecture firm Three Squared designs two custom-outfitted mobile shipping container units—one housing multiple hospital beds for patients, another for housing attending medical staff—complete with electrical and full bathrooms :::

 

Amid throngs of daily reports lamenting the critical lack of hospital beds and similar space shortage concerns for morgues in the wake of COVID-19, with makeshift tents being erected on both fronts as a short-term “BAND-AID,” one company has been think-tanking what could be a hugely viable solution for all. Detroit-based cargo architecture firm Three Squared, whose steel cargo containers are typically used for innovative multifamily and mixed-use housing applications, is now proffering its state-of-the-art cargo container dwellings not only as relief units for hospital and morgue/mortuary overflow, but also as appropriately-appointed and climate-controlled housing units for doctors and nurses needing to stay close to those patients.

“Amid the crisis, we’ve been refocusing our residential lodging efforts to instead resolve the current hospital housing crisis,” notes Leslie Horn, CEO of Three Squared. “In consultation with several doctors who’ve shared front-line problems and needs in relation, and through concerted efforts to rally and align with other builders in the shipping container sector, we’ve identified two distinct gaps in hospital housing and successfully devised two specialized solutions to wholly resolve these needs.”

According to Horn, Three Squared’s first solution would provide direct and immediate relief for those hospitals facing a bed shortage. Specifically, a mobile cargo unit that is delivered via truck, hooked up to temporary plumbing and power, set on temporary foundations, and covered with a temporary tent structure. Each unit contains two hospital beds, also with a central bathroom with running water. The bathroom also has an exterior door so that doctors and nurses can decontaminate before leaving the unit at any time—a feature suggested by one of the consulting doctors.

Another doctor Three Squared consulted with voiced concern around the shortage of temporary housing for doctors and nurses who need to so stay close by patients while also maintaining necessary social distancing protocols. Thus, the company’s second proposed solution involves shipping container units set up in a similar fashion for use as the hospital staff relief—temporary housing for medical staff located near the patient hospital bed cargo units.

“After the pandemic has run its course and the hospital patient and staff-use shipping container structures have achieved their objectives, the cargo units will be picked back up and delivered to a final ‘afterlife’ resting place as housing for homeless, veterans, disaster relief, college dormitories, food growing operations and more. They can also be easily stacked and stand ‘at-the-ready’ to assist in future disaster relief efforts,” Horn notes.

States from coast to coast are facing the reality of hospital and morgue space shortages. As these facilitates scramble to increase capacity, even employing options that present a myriad of downsides and even added challenges, Horn asserts that it’s imperative for the solution to this issue be one that not only can be deployed quickly, but also effectively for however long it needs to be utilized.

“Three Squared’s extensive knowledge and experience in building with standard ISO shipping containers allows us to pivot our focus from affordable multifamily housing structures to fill this immediate medical need, promptly and most efficaciously,” Horn said. “Our particularized craft of architecture has the ability to expedite the construction process and get temporary and even permanent buildings to high need areas in less than half the time as conventional methods. This speed is key for meeting these demands and is one of the key advantages of cargo architecture.”

Not only that, Horn also indicated that the company has devised a streamlined process from design, budgeting and bidding, all the way through fabrication and delivery. With current operations, its team reportedly has the capability to acquire, modify and deliver two shipping container units per week—also with the highly scalable option to ramp up production to meet increased needs, as necessary.

Horn also underscored that, as a company, Three Squared continues to seek feedback and opportunity for collaboration to assist those tirelessly working to care for patients and manage the current COVID-19 healthcare crisis. “We understand that buildings of any scale are the product of no one person, but rather the efforts of many people working together to create the best possible functionality,” she said. “Our staff is devoted to being good stewards and use our residential housing skills, knowledge and experience to do anything we can to help support healthcare workers during these unprecedented times.”

Given Three Squared’s sustainable and eco-friendly housing units are billed as being “faster, stronger and more energy efficient”—and considering the specialized adaptations mentioned above—this cargo architecture company just might have devised the definitive quick fix to stave off this seemingly imminent disaster.

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As the Executive Editor and Producer of “The Luxe List,” Merilee Kern, MBA is an internationally-regarded brand analyst, strategist and futurist. As a prolific branding and marketplace trends pundit, Merilee spotlights noteworthy industry innovators, change makers, movers and shakers. This includes field experts and thought leaders, brands, products, services, destinations and events across all categories. Connect with her at www.TheLuxeList.com / Instagram www.Instagram.com/LuxeListReports / Twitter www.Twitter.com/LuxeListReports / Facebook www.Facebook.com/LuxeListReports / LinkedIN www.LinkedIn.com/in/MerileeKern.

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