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A brain tumour is an abnormal growth of cells inside the skull. There are two main groups:
Symptoms of brain tumours vary according to their location and size.
The symptoms may be generalised or localised.
Generalised symptoms are due to increased pressure exerted on the brain and include:
Localised symptoms depend on the location of the tumour and include:
This health information is brought to you by the
National Neuroscience Institute.
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