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What are the symptoms of a brain lesion?

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Symptoms of a brain lesion vary depending on the type, location, and size of the lesion. Symptoms common to several types of brain lesions include the following:

  • Headaches
  • Neck pain and stiffness
  • Nausea, vomiting, and lack of appetite
  • Vision changes or eye pain
  • Changes in mood, personality, behavior, mental ability, and concentration
  • Memory loss or confusion
  • Seizures
  • Fever
  • Difficulty moving

From: Brain Lesions: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Neil Lava on September 16, 2018

Medically Reviewed on 09/16/2018

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Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary: "Abscess;" "Infarct;" "Lesion;" and "Tumor."

WebMD Medical Reference: "Alzheimer's Disease: The Basics."

eMedicineHealth: "Multiple Sclerosis (MS) FAQs;" "The Central Nervous System and Multiple Sclerosis--Causes;" "Brain Abscess;" "Alzheimer Disease;" "Arteriovenous Malformations;" "Stroke, Ischemic;" "Cerebral Palsy;" and "Brain Metastasis."

WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise. "Adult Brain Tumors Treatment (PDQ®) - Classification)."

Reviewed by Neil Lava on September 16, 2018

SOURCES:

Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary: "Abscess;" "Infarct;" "Lesion;" and "Tumor."

WebMD Medical Reference: "Alzheimer's Disease: The Basics."

eMedicineHealth: "Multiple Sclerosis (MS) FAQs;" "The Central Nervous System and Multiple Sclerosis--Causes;" "Brain Abscess;" "Alzheimer Disease;" "Arteriovenous Malformations;" "Stroke, Ischemic;" "Cerebral Palsy;" and "Brain Metastasis."

WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise. "Adult Brain Tumors Treatment (PDQ®) - Classification)."

Reviewed by Neil Lava on September 16, 2018

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