Abscesses in the brain have been one of the most challenging wounds, both for surgeons and trainees. It is a packet full of pus of infected material in the part of the brain. It is an important neurological disease and can produce deadly diseases. Since the beginning of the era of Computed Tomography (CT), the diagnosis and treatment of these organizations has become simpler and less invasive. The results have been improved with the development of diagnostic techniques, neurosurgery, and comprehensive antibiotics. Rare bacterial abscesses are usually caused by the use of chemicals in oncology, longevity in patients infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and immunosuppression associated with organ transplants. Surgical treatment options did not show significant differences in mortality rates, but lower rates of illness were achieved with a stereo-guided curiosity. Eager stereo-directed antidepressant, antibiotic-based treatment based on the effects of culture culture, and repeated desires expressed in the results of periodic CT scans appear to be the most appropriate treatment for brain tumors. Immunosuppression and comorbidities, early neurological conditions, and intraventricular fractures were important factors influencing patient outcomes. Traps and mutations in the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors have been discussed in this study.
Published Date: 2022-01-31; Received Date: 2022-01-12