Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content

Metastatic Brain Tumours

Metastatic Brain Tumours - Symptoms


  • Headache: Initially the headache comes and goes, and is usually common in the morning. It gradually increases in duration, frequency and severity
  • Weakness: One side of the body is weak
  • Behavioural changes: Some examples include impairment of judgement, reasoning, memory loss, rapid mood changes and mental confusion
  • Neurological: Drowsiness, changes in vision, speech disturbance, balance problems, clumsy unsteady walk, dizziness and vomiting
  • Seizures: May be the first indication

Metastatic Brain Tumours - How to prevent?

Metastatic Brain Tumours - Causes and Risk Factors

Metastatic Brain Tumours - Preparing for surgery

Metastatic Brain Tumours - Post-surgery care

Metastatic Brain Tumours - Other Information

The information provided is not intended as medical advice. Terms of use. Information provided by SingHealth

Discover articles,videos, and guides afrom Singhealth's resources across the web. These information are collated, making healthy living much easier for everyone.