- May have a wide variety of symptoms such as seizures, sleepiness, confusion, and behavioral changes. Benign and cancerous tumors may result in similar symptoms.
Numerous and not specific to brain tumors only. Some brain tumors do not cause any symptoms and may be found after death
Symptoms can be caused by:
Symptoms of primary and metastatic brain cancers are similar. Most common symptoms are:
Non-specific manifestations include:
Physician may do/request:
Treatment of brain cancer is usually complex involving several consulting doctors:
Treatment protocols vary widely according to the location of the tumor, its size and type, your age, and any additional medical problems that you may have.
Most widely used treatments are surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy or a combination of any of them.
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