Top
20
Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Brain Tumors In Children

Share
1

1
What are the common symptoms of brain tumors in children?

What are the common symptoms of brain tumors in children?

Several: Vidual disturbance, headache, gait abnormslity, clumsiness, failure to meet milestones or regressio, alot depending on type and location. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
Dr. Henry Friedman
830 Doctors shared insights

Brain Tumor (Definition)

Can cause headaches, weakness, dizziness, seizures, and blurry vision. Also ...Read more


2

2
Would children tylenol (acetaminophen) get rid of brain tumor headache in toddler? If a tumor was present would more symptoms be present beside headache?

Would children tylenol (acetaminophen) get rid of brain tumor headache in toddler? If a tumor was present would more symptoms be present beside headache?

Please clarify: Looking at the bigger picture it appears you are concerned that a child may have a brain tumor. However, it would appear also from the question that there has not been a diagnosis made to this point of such a thing. The child simply has a headache. Is that correct? I see no downside to using pediatric tylenol (acetaminophen) preparations in this particular case. What else is going on to worry you for a tumor? ...Read more

3

3
What can cause brain tumors in children?

What can cause brain tumors in children?

Brain tumors: In most cases of pediatric brain tumors the cause is not known. There are genetic studies being done that are starting to locate markers and mutations that can cause tumors of this type. There are also some rare inherited syndromes that have a higher incidence of brain tumors but these are rare. ...Read more

4

4
What are the common symptoms of brain tumors?

What are the common symptoms of brain tumors?

Many: The symptoms are related to where in the brain the tumor lies and can include motor and sensory changes, cognition changes and seizures. But all of these can be related to other causes and should be diagnosed and treated by physicians familiar with these problems. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
5

5
Can you please describe general symptoms of brain tumors?

Many possible sympto: Depending on their size and location, brain tumors can present with several symptoms or no symptoms at all. Possible symptoms are headache (most common), changes in personality/behavior, difficulty with speech, reading or writing, weakness or sensory changes in face, arms or legs, trouble walking, loss of balance/falls, visual changes, etc. They can also present with seizures. ...Read more

6

6
What can be initial symptoms for brain tumors?

What can be initial symptoms for brain tumors?

Depends on location: The brain is a complex organ with different areas of the brain responsible for different functions. Symptoms of brain tumors depend upon the location of a tumor in the brain. A tumor in a language center might present differently from a tumor in a region responsible for balance / coordination. Some general signs of brain tumors might include headache, visual disturbances and new onset seizures. ...Read more

7

7
How fast do brain tumors develope serious symptoms?

How fast do brain tumors develope serious symptoms?

Depends: Brain tumors can cause serious symptoms at any point in their course, and different brain tumors progress at different rates. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
8

8
How fast do can brain tumors develop serious symptoms?

How fast do can brain tumors develop serious symptoms?

Highly variable: Some are very slow like meningiomas in the elderly, some very rapid, such as secondary metastatic spread from a primary source. Tumors in children tend to be localized in the mid-line posterior, and can rapidly create havoc due to location. Primary brain gliomas can start off seemingly localized and benign but can transform into horrendous glioblastoma multiforme. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
9

9
What are some of the earliest symptoms of people that have brain tumors?

What are some of the earliest symptoms of people that have brain tumors?

Brain tumors: Early morning headaches, nausea/vomiting, changes in speech/vision/hearing, memory problems, balance problem when walking, muscle twitching, changes in moods/concentration, numbness/tingling in arms or legs. Although these symptoms are suggestive, they do not confirm tumor unless radiologic exam is done. ...Read more

10

10
Early symptoms of brain tumor?

Early symptoms of brain tumor?

It is very rare: Headaches and seizures it is very unlikely to have brain tumor at your age. See neurologist if you want more assurance. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
11

11
What are symptoms of a brain tumor?

What are symptoms of a brain tumor?

Headache, nausea, visi: Symptoms of brain tumor depend on location and size of the tumor. Hradache more frequent and severe, nausea&vomiting, visual problems, seizures, weakness or loss of function in arm or leg, speech difficulty, hearing problem, confusion, personality and behaviour changes. ...Read more

12

12
Do brain tumor symptoms come and go?

Do brain tumor symptoms come and go?

Yes: It can cause transient worsening depending on the pressure of the brain, which is usually higher early morning. It can also present with seizure, which might not be a typical convustion attack, but mimicking mini-stroke. Please seek medical attention, if you have any concerns. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
13

13
What are common brain tumor symptoms?

What are common brain tumor symptoms?

Complex issue: Tumors of the brain can be benign, malignant, malignant by position, or chronic and stable. Brain tumors can be silent or present as seizures or can abruptly produce coma and death. Primary brain tumors depend on cells of origin and location as to how they show symptoms. Secondary brain tumors may come from a primary tumor elsewhere in the body and spread broadly all through the brain. ...Read more

14

14
What are the symptoms of a brain tumor?

What are the symptoms of a brain tumor?

Anatomic: Location: cerebellar, balance or clumsiness; cerebral, change in personality, neglect of one side (leaving hot or cold water on); seizures. When tumors obstruct ventricles, headache. Age also is factor in signs and symptoms. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
15

15
What are the symptoms of a brain tumor?

What are the symptoms of a brain tumor?

Variable: Location and tumor size typically determine how a brain tumor will present. People can have seizures, headaches or even focal neurologic problems (similar to a stroke) such as blurred vision, weakness or difficulty speaking. ...Read more

17

17
What are common symptoms of a brain tumor?

What are common symptoms of a brain tumor?

Varied...: Some of the more common symptoms include headache, nausea, new seizures, balance issues (ataxia) and changes in vision. Personality changes, anger, confusion, and changes in speech can also occur. When a patient is examined by a doctor, a thorough neurological exam can find cranial nerve palsies, weakness, and defects in sensation. ...Read more

18

18
Do symptoms always accompany a brain tumor?

Yes. But what: Symptoms depend on location. An auto accident may result from a visual field defect. May not be able to balance checkbook. A seizure. Pesonality change. Complex. Usually the symptom brings the patient to attention, work up, diagnosis. ...Read more

19

19
What symptoms would arise from a brain tumor?

What symptoms would arise from a brain tumor?

None to many: Depending on the type, size, location symptoms vary from none to paralysis, intelligence, sensory problem, coordination, seizure. Etc. Etc. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
20

20
Brain tumor growth and what are the symptoms?

Brain tumor growth and what are the symptoms?

Depends: Some of this depends on how large the tumor is and where it is located. Increased or severe headaches with nausea and vomiting can be a symptom, dizziness, loss of balance, visual disturbances, and even problems with hearing, blood pressure, speech, can develop. Any new, severe, or persisting neurological symptom should be neurologically evaluated. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer