Symptoms of metastatic brain tumors do not differ from regular brain cancer. The symptoms related to brain tumors varies based on the size and location of the tumor. Since the brain is the hub of motor activity, memory, the senses, and cognitive ability, symptoms can differ greatly between patients.
Symptoms commonly include:
If you suffer from any of these issues for two weeks or more, it is a good idea to get it checked out by a qualified physician. Here at NSPC, our board-certified multi-disciplinary team can take a look at your symptoms and help guide you through the process of checking for cancer. You can ease your mind by setting up a consultation today.
The risk of getting metastatic brain tumors depends greatly on the type of primary cancer. Some cancers are more aggressive and invasive than others. Another factor in why there are more cases of metastatic brain cancer than primary brain tumors is the fact that modern medicine allows people to live much longer after a primary tumor is diagnosed. This extension of life gives patients a higher chance of having cancerous cells spread to other parts of the body.
Once symptoms are present and doctors perform neurological scans and find a tumor, a spinal tap or biopsy is done to examine the exact tissue and diagnose the brain tumor as primary or metastatic. With our innovative testing done at our New York area locations, you can feel confident that you will be taken care of.
Consultations with NSPC specialists are available at our centers across Long Island, NY state. We serve not just New York but also patients from across the tri-state area and further afield. With our fellowship-trained neurosurgeons and doctors, you can rest assured that you are in the right hands. Come in for a consultation to see how our doctors can take care of your needs.
Long Island Brain and Spine Tumor Center
NSPC provides state-of-the-art treatment of benign and malignant brain and spine tumors, using minimally invasive procedures like Gamma Knife®, Novalis TX™, and CyberKnife® rather than major surgery whenever appropriate. Our physicians also perform experienced pediatric neurosurgery — they give personalized, individual attention combined with knowledge and experience to take on the most challenging of cases.
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