Brain Tumor Vision Problems

People who suffer from brain tumor may experience recurring bouts of double vision or blurred vision.

 

 

Potentially, it may cause the loss of peripheral vision. In other words, if you are staring straight ahead, you will be able to see only what’s directly in front of you and not sideways.

 

 

Patients may also see floating shapes like small dots or thin strands. Besides, flickering or twitching eyes may also be a sign of a tumor in the cerebellum.

 

 

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