Brain tumor early stage detection


  • Vishwam Pareek, Omkar Nikam, Sandesh Gujar, Rutuja Mane, Prof. Suwarna Karankal


brain tumors, early detection, patient outcomes, detection methods, diagnostic techniques, technology advancements, imaging, biomarkers


Brain tumors pose a significant threat to human health, with early detection playing a crucial role in enhancing patient outcomes. This research paper explores the landscape of early stage detection methods for brain tumors, addressing the limitations of current diagnostic techniques and proposing advancements in technology, particularly in the realms of imaging, biomarkers, and artificial intelligence (AI). The paper delves into a comprehensive review of existing literature, highlighting the challenges faced in early detection, including issues of accuracy and accessibility. Methodologies employed in relevant studies are discussed, emphasizing the need for a multi-faceted approach to improve diagnostic accuracy. Case studies underscore successful instances of early detection and their impact on patient care. Furthermore, the paper explores future trends, innovations, and potential breakthroughs that may reshape the landscape of brain tumor detection. Recommendations are provided for refining current methods, addressing policy considerations, and suggesting avenues for future research. This research aims to contribute to the ongoing dialogue surrounding brain tumor detection, fostering advancements that may ultimately transform the prognosis for individuals facing this formidable health challenge.


Metrics Loading ...



How to Cite

Vishwam Pareek, Omkar Nikam, Sandesh Gujar, Rutuja Mane, Prof. Suwarna Karankal. (2023). Brain tumor early stage detection. Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal, 12(2), 292–297. Retrieved from