Symptoms of these tumors can resemble completely different diseases and appear from time to time:
- nausea and vomiting
- changes in behavior and psyche
- trouble concentrating
- memory impairment
Other more specific symptoms will depend on the location of the tumor in the brain. For example:
if a tumor has formed in the occipital region, vision problems and even hallucinations will develop;
if in the temporal lobe, there are problems with speech and coordination.
- unilateral paralysis;
- inability to keep balance and problems when walking;
- weakness in the right or left arm or leg;
- problems with writing and fine motor skills.