Dr. Barba describes brain tumors and common associated symptoms.
A brain tumor is a growth of abnormal cells in the brain. They can come from some place else, like a breast cancer, or they can come from the brain itself. Brain tumors can cause a number of symptoms. One might be headache, numbness or weakness in an arm or a leg. It also can cause things such as seizures and possibly just feeling not quite right or having difficulty with speech or other neurological functions.
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