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Survival of Patients with Primary Brain Tumor: A Data Analysis of 10 Years

[ Vol. 30 , Issue. 15 ]


Shristy Verma, Rishabha Malviya* and Prerna Uniyal   Pages 1129 - 1132 ( 4 )


Background: The prognosis for primary brain tumors, like other CNS tumors, can vary greatly based on several factors, such as treatment history, age and gender at diagnosis, ethnic background, and treatment plan.

Materials and Method: A systematic review approach was used to gather relevant data from PubMed, ScienceDirect, Google Scholar, and other sources.

Results: The survival rate of primary brain tumors and other CNS tumors appears to be correlated with several variables, including treatment history, gender, age at evaluation, race/ethnicity, and treatment regimen; this emphasizes the importance of routinely updating epidemiological data on primary brain tumors to advance biological understanding.

Conclusion: This study draws attention to the variations in the median survival times of the various kinds of primary brain tumors, with oligodendroglioma having the longest median survival time (199 months, or approximately 16.6 years) and glioblastoma having the shortest (8 months).


Survival rate, primary brain tumor, glioblastoma, death rate, global trend, survival rate.


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