Brainstem encephalitis is a condition that leads to swelling of the brainstem, and is most commonly caused by cancerous brain tumors as well as breast, gynecological, and testicular cancer. Symptoms of brainstem encephalitis include visual impairments, diplopia, vertigo, and balance and coordination problems. Treatments of brainstem encephalitis depend on the individual’s specific condition and health, but many include the use of intravenous medicine, with surgery in the more severe cases.
Encephalitis Brain Stem Bioinformatics Tool
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