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Dr. Andrew Rynne
Dr. Andrew Rynne

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    How can a surgical scar tissue be treated?

i have scar tissue from a brain tumor removal and now have developed epilepsy. Had a couple broken compression fractures because of the anti seizures meds i was on. Not told about all side affects of bone loss. Is there another a procedure to remove this scar tissue so i can return to my normal life.
Tue, 20 Feb 2018
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it encourages keloid formation so it should not be tempered. should be left like that slowly it will be mixed with surrounding tissue there will not be any problem brain tumor tissue scar will effect depression problem in brain tissue and it will initiate epilepsy EEG can be done and it canbe confirmed there is no other procedure and it should be avoided now according to EEG report you have to extend treatment for epilepsy should be admitted in hospital seizure is to be observed and this is only confirmative so that treatment can be started.
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