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Techniques in Neurosurgery & Neurology

Posterior Cranial Fossa Tumors Symptoms

  • Open or CloseBehzad Saberi*

    Medical research, Esfahan, Iran

    *Corresponding author: Behzad Saberi, MD, Medical research, Esfahan, Iran

Submission: June 26, 2019 Published: August 30, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/TNN.2019.02.000547

ISSN 2637-7748
Volume2 Issue4


Since the dimensions of the posterior cranial fossa are small, CSF blockage and other related symptoms would be the early ones of the tumors of the posterior cranial fossa. Headache which is associated with vomiting-which is projectile – can be seen. The suboccipital headache with frontal or nuchal and neck irradiation would be among the early symptoms. Forth ventricle tumors are mainly associated with vomiting due to vagus bulbar centers direct compression by the tumors.

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