So the symptoms of any brain tumor rely on where the tumor actually is presenting itself. More common than not that people with brain tumors present with headaches, nausea, vomiting, sometimes people can present with seizures. Sometimes people present purely with behavioral changes, particularly if the lesion is being presented in the frontal lobe. People can also have cranial nerve findings. So difficulty with vision, difficulty with smell, difficulty with movement of the eye, difficulty with swallowing. Particularly if those types of tumors are occurring within the brainstem.
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