Brain tumors produce a variety of symptoms, ranging from headache to seizure. They are great mimics of other neurologic disorders. Symptoms occur if the tumor directly damages the nerves in the brain or central nervous system, or if its growth imposes pressure on the brain. Symptoms may be subtle and gradually become worse, or they may occur very rapidly.
Headache is probably the most common symptom of a brain tumor. However, headaches are very common. Brain tumors do not cause...Read more
A well-worn phrase in the world of medicine is, "When you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras." The idea is that when you're trying to... Read more »
Full Question: Can the smallest meningioma tumor (aprox 1 cm all the way around) on the brain still cause problems and headaches? Or is it... Read more »
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