What are some types of brain tumors and what are their symptoms. (Fun…
What are some types of brain tumors and what are their symptoms.
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The symptoms of brain tumors depend on their size, type, and location.Sometimes you need radiation treatment to help with brain tumors. After you have surgery you would need physical therapy to regain their balance and strength and you might need a speech therapist to learn how to talk again
A tumor is a mass of tissue and the tumors grow as more cells add on. You usually need surgery to get rid of tumors
The symptoms are headaches, partial paralysis, seizures, speech disorders, and vision problems.
CNS Lymphoma is not just one tumor but a lot of tumors and tends to be more aggressive then other tumors.
The symptoms are headaches,nausea,speech or balance problems, difficulty swallowing, weakness of the arms, facial weakness, double vision
These types of brain tumors are near the brain and more common in children
Symptoms are headaches, visual changes, weight gain, delayed development in children
This tumor is near the brain and is usually low grade but can cause damage like normal brain tumors.
Astrocytoma levels 1 - 4
there are no symptoms
Astrocytoma levels 1 - 4 is slow growing and is more common in men and the low levels are common in children
The symptoms are hearing loss in one ear, dizziness, tinnitus, numbness in the face, balance problems lack of coordination.
Acoustic Neuroma is from cells that have sheath around the nerve cells and can cause a lot of damage to your brain.
The symptoms usually are double vision and bad headaches.
Chordoma is often rare but is located at the end of the spine of the base of the skull. This can cause serious damage to your brain.