Good evening … I want to ask My brother has a headache. lately he has experienced incredible headaches, not just the dizziness he has been feeling. after being taken to the hospital and the results came out that he was diagnosed with Brain Tumor Regional Parietal Region. My brother is a layman … I don’t really understand the disease and I do too, so can the doctor help me to explain what he actually suffered from? Thank you😊
Actually headaches and dizziness are two different symptoms. Headaches are felt as feeling heavy, feeling depressed or squeezed, throbbing sensation on one side or both heads. Dizziness is more directed to a sense of wobbling, giddiness, or a feeling like spinning. Both of them might describe a problem in the brain. Generally, if there are problems in the brain, the symptoms of dizziness or headaches will get worse, can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, seizures, and fainting.
Brain tumor is a brain tumor. The parietal dextra region means the area of the brain that is located in the upper part of the right brain. Tumors can be benign or malignant tumors (malignant tumors are the same as cancer). The doctor will look for possible types of tumors based on clinical complaints, the course of the disease, and tumor appearance on radiological examination. Brain tumors are treated by removing the tumor, if possible. Whether or not surgery can be done depends on the patient's condition, tumor location, tumor size, the presence or absence of tumor spread. After removal, the tumor tissue will be examined in the lab to determine its type. The treatment will be adjusted to the diagnosis set by the doctor. Therefore, patients must routinely control the treating doctor so that appropriate action can be planned.
That is my explanation. May be useful. Regards.