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Massachusetts Brain Tumors Lawyers

Both benign and malignant brain tumors can have devastating consequences, making it imperative for patients with brain tumors to receive prompt, accurate diagnoses so they can begin treatment right away. Unfortunately, however, doctors can sometimes misread the symptoms of brain tumors, leading to the misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis of this condition. In these situations, victims of this medical malpractice can see their condition worsen considerably, perhaps becoming untreatable.

Physicians undergo years of education and training so that they can identify serious health issues such as brain tumors and cancer. When these medical professionals are inattentive, careless, or otherwise negligent, it can have catastrophic repercussions for their patients’ health and well-being. If you need help after a brain tumor misdiagnosis in Massachusetts, talk to the dedicated legal team of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, today to learn more about your legal rights and options.

Signs of Brain Tumors

As brain tumors grow, they can put intense pressure on certain areas of the brain as well as lead to issues such as edema and hydrocephalus. All of these can disrupt a brain’s normal functioning, leading to brain tumor symptoms including:

  • Loss of coordination
  • Loss of sensation in limbs
  • Sensory loss, such as hearing loss or vision problems
  • Changes in personality
  • Memory problems
  • Speech problems
  • Headaches
  • Confusion
  • Seizures

Doctors should be able to recognize these symptoms as indicators of brain tumors and perform the correct diagnostic tests accordingly. Failure to do so can cause irreparable brain damage or even lead to the metastasis of tumors throughout the body.

Contact a Brain Tumors Attorney in Massachusetts

If you or someone you love has suffered worsened brain tumors as a result of a doctor’s misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose your condition, you may have the legal right to seek compensation for your additional medical bills and emotional trauma. For more information about your options following a brain tumor misdiagnosis in Massachusetts, contact the knowledgeable attorneys of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, today by calling (617) 426-4488.

 

 


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