Neurobehavioural changes in patients following brain tumour: patients and relatives perspective

  title={Neurobehavioural changes in patients following brain tumour: patients and relatives perspective},
  author={No{\"e}l Gregg and Anne M Arber and Keyoumars Ashkan and Linda Brazil and Ranjeev Bhangoo and Ron Beaney and Richard Gullan and Victoria Hurwitz and Antony Costello and Lidia Y{\'a}g{\"u}ez},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
Patients and relatives experiences of behavioural and personality changes following brain tumour were assessed to determine whether these changes are more prominent in the experience of patients with frontal tumours and their relatives as a first step to evaluate the need to develop appropriate support and management of such changes, which have a substantial impact on social functioning, and ultimately to improve quality of life. Patients and relatives rated the patients’ current levels of… CONTINUE READING
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