reply to post by glan
Honestly, it is pointless to speculate what it is or what it could be without knowing more.
If they only have done a CT scan so far, then they will more than likely want to do an MRI first without, then with a contrast. Especially with if the
without shows a potential mass.
Please keep in mind, this may not be a tumor or growth at all. It is possible it is only a lesion, or scar tissue that may have been there since
Whatever it is, being in the frontal lobe, it has the potential to cause:
headaches, personality changes (such as suddenly becoming depressed, anxious, or uninhibited), loss of balance, trouble concentrating, seizures, and
I am sure it is way too early to tell if it is cancerous or not, so it is pointless to speculate. One thing to point out though, the brain is
different than most other parts of the body. The brain lies within a completely enclosed and rigid space. You might hear a tumor is malignant but non
Most other places malignancy pretty much equals cancer. Not necessarily so in the brain. Because the brain is in a very rigid space, a growing tumor
that is non cancerous can be malignant because there is no room within the skull for expansion.
Get the MRI's done, and listen to what they have to say. As was stated earlier in this thread if caught early enough brain tumors are treatable.
When you know more information, feel free to post again or U2U me and I can give you more info on what they decided it is.