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.
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