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Are seizures a symptom of a glioma or metastasis?

Seizures, associated with a glioma or brain metastasis, are related to affected areas of the brain. For example, the temporal lobe is associated with memory and emotions. A temporal brain tumor may frequently cause generalized seizures. It is important to note that seizures may be associated with numbness, tingling, or brief episodes of inattentiveness (staring spells) and should be evaluated immediately.

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