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Are hemingioma and angiomas and variable blood pressure interrelated?

I am a female, 57 years old, 130 lbs, 5 4 . Over the last 5 years I have been diagnosed with a posterior fossa meningioma, a slpeen hemingioma, and have developed about 30 Cherry Angiomas across my stomach and legs. About 2 years ago I had a Novasure ablation for uterine fibroids. I have very variable blood pressure (highest:190/120, lowest: 50/17). I have a very slow pulse, 30-50 average. I regularly have bigeminy PVC s. Is it possible that these are related? What kind of doctor should I see? (Neurologist said meningioma was benign, don t worry. GP said hemingioma and angiomas were benign, don t worry. Cardiologist raises/lowers blood pressure meds through cycles (2-3 times a year) and says don t worry.)
Thu, 19 Jan 2017
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Hi,

So meningioma hemangioma are usually benign. However posterior fossa tumor with high BP and slow pulse rate may be caused by raised ICT. And if it is so it requires removal.however so much fluctuations of BP raise questions about authentic measurement as BP in same arm every time or its a difference in two limb measurement. And if it's not then you may have endocrine tumor specially chromaffinomas, associated pheochromocytoma. You need evaluation for the same.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Deepesh Agarwal
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Are hemingioma and angiomas and variable blood pressure interrelated?

Hi, So meningioma hemangioma are usually benign. However posterior fossa tumor with high BP and slow pulse rate may be caused by raised ICT. And if it is so it requires removal.however so much fluctuations of BP raise questions about authentic measurement as BP in same arm every time or its a difference in two limb measurement. And if it s not then you may have endocrine tumor specially chromaffinomas, associated pheochromocytoma. You need evaluation for the same. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Deepesh Agarwal