Home arrow FAQ arrow After brain tumor surgery, am I going to suffer from paralysis?
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Not necessarily. The risk of paralysis depends on the location and the size of the brain tumor. Patients who have problems moving their limbs on one side or who cannot move them at all before treatment have generally been able to use them – albeit more weakly – after the operation. However, patients who did not have any problems moving their limbs before the operation usually have no problem doing so afterwards. If there is any possibility for paralysis, patients are routinely informed before the operation.
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