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Oligodendroglial Tumor

Signs and Symptoms of Oligodendroglial Tumor

Signs of oligodendroglial tumor often include symptoms of increased intracranial pressure stemming from a buildup of cerebrospinal fluid, focal neurological deficits and headache. These tumors may also occasionally cause some patients to present with stroke-like transient ischemic attacks or intracerebral hemorrhage. Tumors in the frontal, parietal and temporal lobes are commonly associated with seizures. 

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