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Information on risks involved in surgery for brain tumor excision - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Please provide these details of the person-Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: User :   Age:46
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User :   Left temporal and insular glioma presenting as sensory seizures... these are the statements by a neuro doctor...
User :   want to know the details regarding this...
Doctor :   Since when you have this problem
Doctor :   It is a tumour
User :   6 months....
Doctor :   Did the neurologist suggested for surgery
Doctor :   Are you having seizures?
User :   the statement continues as she needs crainotomy ansd excision of the tumor followed by radiotherapy for residual tumor...
User :   i want to know the risk factor regarding the surgery........
Doctor :   Surgical treatment is the only solution

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