A mention of seizures or spastic fits usually brings the disease of epilepsy to mind, but it could also be a symptom of a brain tumor. Information doctors gather shows that this is one of the most frequent reasons given by the patient to explain why they come for a consultation. About 25% of brain tumor patients experience seizures. At the most severe level, they lose consciousness during a seizure while their whole body twitches uncontrollably. More commonly, the twitching attack only affects one limb, and the patient remains conscious throughout. Occasionally, the seizures occur in the brain, during which the patient becomes unable to speak or perform basic functions until the duration is over.
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