A brain lesion is an area of tissue damage due to injury or disease. There exist a multitude of different types of brain lesions, and depending on the type, severity and location of the lesion, they can range from being benign to fatal. A few examples of common brain lesions are abscesses, arteriovenous malformations, cerebral infarctions, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and tumors. Symptoms of brain lesions include headaches, nausea, vision and motor skill impairment, memory loss, and seizures. Treatment for brain lesions depends on the type of lesion and its severity, but doctors may use medicine, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, or surgery to remove a dangerous lesion.
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