Neurologist, Neurology

Types of brain tumors

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I often see patients with headache who are worried whether they have a brain tumor. Only 10% patients with brain tumors present with headache. Most other headaches are primary and not serious. However if along with headache there is slurred speech, double vision, weakness in arm or leg, convulsions then there could be brain tumor. Read More

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