Friday, September 13, 2013

The Characteristics and Symptoms of Brain Cancer

The characteristics of Brain Cancer and Symptoms - If you hear the word cancer is the first thing that comes in your mind is a lethal disease. Many organs can develop this cancer one of them is brain cancer.

Headaches may be said is the most common symptom of brain cancer, most people who suffer from it may also not have a tumor. 

Persistent headache associated with nausea or vomiting, or a headache accompanied by blurred vision, severe headaches that tend to be worse in the morning, weakness, or numbness (numbness), could possibly lead to cancer.

Brain cancer symptoms can include, among others:
     - A seizure (new) in adults
     - Blurred vision, especially if it is associated with headache
     - Hearing loss with or without dizziness
     - Gradually loses the ability to speak
     - Loss of movement or sensation in the arm or leg is gradually
     - Easily swayed / loss of balance, especially if it is associated with headache
     - Loss of vision in one or both eyes, especially those that are more peripheral.

Brain cancer can have a variety of symptoms from headaches to strokes. As we know the brain has several different sections which also control different functions, so that the characteristics of this cancer occurrence can vary greatly depending on which section.

A few articles on the characteristics of brain cancer, may be useful.

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