Symptoms of a brain tumor include unexplained nausea or vomiting, changes in behavior or personality, headaches that gradually increase in frequency and severity, and new onset or change in pattern of headaches, accordin... More »

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Symptoms of brain tumors in both men and women include headaches, seizures, changes in vision and issues with balance, states WebMD. Changes in speech and hearing, numbness or tingling in the extremities, difficulty walk... More »

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Brain tumor symptoms include a change in headache patterns, more severe or frequent headaches, unexplained nausea or vomiting, and vision problems, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms include a loss of sensation or ... More »

A meningioma is a brain tumor originating in the membranous layers around the brain that, depending on its location, may cause headaches, vision problems, vomiting, seizures, or changes in behavior or personality, accord... More »

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Symptoms of malignant glioma include headache, nausea, vomiting, brain function deterioration and memory loss, according to Mayo Clinic. Other common symptoms include confusion, balance problems, speech impairment and se... More »

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Specific symptoms of a pituitary tumor are dependent upon the type of tumor involved, but most pituitary tumors produce the common symptom of vision loss along with other physical changes, often accompanied by headaches,... More »

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Brain tumor symptoms include a change in headache patterns, more severe or frequent headaches, unexplained nausea or vomiting, and vision problems, according to Mayo Clinic. Other symptoms include a loss of sensation or ... More »