If you’re experiencing the pain and weakness that comes from a herniated disc, you may wonder if you need surgery or if the symptoms will go away on their own. Keep reading to learn the surprising answer.
Hydrocephalus, sometimes called “water on the brain,” is a serious condition that can cause brain damage if not treated promptly. Keep reading to learn about the five conditions that can cause it, as well as effective treatments.
A brain aneurysm, a balloon in the wall of a blood vessel, may or may not present with symptoms unless it ruptures. If you learn to recognize the symptoms leading up to a rupture, you can help prevent it from happening. Here’s how.
Chiari malformation (CM) is a structural deformity where part of the brain tissue descends into the spinal canal. It may cause no symptoms or life-threatening ones, depending on the severity. Keep reading to learn about the risks and treatments for CM.
A cerebral aneurysm, a ballooning of a weakened blood vessel wall in the brain, is nothing to trifle with. While some produce no symptoms, if you have symptoms, you should seek medical help as soon as possible. Learn the signs of an aneurysm here.
Sometimes a headache is just a headache, and sometimes it can be a sign of something more serious, like a meningioma, a slow-growing, benign brain tumor. Keep reading to find out how to tell the difference.
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