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FAQ

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What is the difference between a benign tumor and a malignant tumor?

Primary brain tumors are categorized in one of two ways: benign and malignant. The less aggressive type of brain tumor is called benign. These tumors grow slowly and typically have clear borders that do not invade surrounding tissue. Benign tumors can disrupt proper brain function by growing to a size where they are pressing on surrounding tissues. The other category is malignant brain tumors. Malignant brain tumors grow more rapidly, have uneven borders, and invade surrounding tissue.

What are the symptoms of a brain tumor?

Symptoms depend on where the tumor is located and how quickly it’s growing. For example, the tumor may affect fine motor skills (like the ability to hold a pencil), sensory skills or speech if it’s compressing the parts of the brain that control those functions.

What are the first signs of a brain tumor?

What are the first signs of a brain tumor?

Headaches, which may be severe and worsen with activity or in the early morning.

Seizures. People may experience different types of seizures. Certain drugs can help prevent or control them.

Personality or memory changes.

Nausea or vomiting.

Fatigue.

Drowsiness.

Sleep problems.

Memory problems.

Can the patients fully recover from a brain tumor?

Some people may complete recovery in a few weeks or months, others will have to learn to adjust to permanent changes in their life such as not being able to work or accomplish all the same tasks they did before.

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