Case report| Volume 95, ISSUE 2, P182-183, April 2001

An intracranial tumour — an uncommon cause of hyperemesis in pregnancy


      Brain tumours in pregnancy are rare. In this case vomiting and headache were the only signs. An assessment of the patient with vomiting in pregnancy to help reach a diagnosis when faced with vomiting in pregnancy is given. Following the diagnosis of a brain tumour during pregnancy, management should be tailored to the individual patient.


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