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These two medical problems are very, very different.  Bell's Palsy just follows the nerve pathway on ONE side of your face, often resulting...
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I guess the only thing predictable about tinnitus is it's unpredictability. I have tinnitus as well....about 15 years now, and it started (most...
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If it is not constant i would get your blood sugar levels taken. Sometimes low or even high blood sugar can cause headaches and to become lightheaded...
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This could be an adverse reaction to the anesthesia.  You did not specify, was it local or general anesthesia?  Either way you need to...
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You might start your sleuthing by looking up your son's medications by name in WebMD's Drugs and Medications database. However, the best...
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A primary brain tumor is one that originates in the brain. It is not the same as cancer that develops elsewhere in the body and then spreads to the...
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No one knows what causes brain tumors; there are only a few known risk factors that have been established by research. People who receive radiation...
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Benign brain tumors are noncancerous. Malignant primary brain tumors are cancers that originate in the brain. They typically grow faster than...
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A tumor is an abnormal mass of tissue that's formed by an abnormal accumulation of cells. Normally, the cells in your body age, die, and are replaced...
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Symptoms of brain tumors vary according to the type of tumor and the location. Because different areas of the brain control different functions of...
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The doctor starts by asking questions about your symptoms and taking a personal and family health history. Then he or she performs a physical exam...
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Surgery to remove the tumor is typically the first option once a tumor has been diagnosed. Some tumors can't be operated on because of their...
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If a person has symptoms that suggest a brain tumor, the doctor may perform one or more of the following procedures: Physical exam -- The doctor...
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No one knows the exact causes of brain tumors. Doctors can seldom explain why one person develops a brain tumor and another does not. However, it is...
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Tumors that begin in brain tissue are known as primary tumors of the brain. Primary brain tumors are named according to the type of cells or the part...
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