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Benign or malignant brain tumors - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   How can i help you
User :   Hello Doctor, I recently had an brain MRI which found a "cystic lesion 8.9 mm in the frontal parietal lobe." The report said that it is "well marginated without restriction and does not enhance after contrast injection." can You tell me what this means?
Doctor :   do oyu have any symptoms
User :   Also, "no evidence of abnormal enhancement"
User :   Some headaches
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   provide your Age, Gender, Occupation,
User :   29 M Agent
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do oyu had any loss of consioussness
User :   no
User :   I would just like to know what well marginated without restriction and does not enhance after contrast. means? is this likely a cyst or a tumor?
Doctor :   thre ar eso many causes for this
Doctor :   it could be benign. or malignant
Doctor :   what is the diagnosis they have made
User :   Can you explain this?
Doctor :   Dear user your free chat trial is over. You will have to make the payment to continue the chat. It's a very nominal cost. The system will not allow you to chat until then.
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