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Metastatic Brain Tumours

Metastatic Brain Tumours - Symptoms

​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

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  • Updated on 2018-02-13T16:00:00Z
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