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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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What does a lump in the brain indicate?

I have found A LUMP IN MY BRAIN WITH ABNORMAL SYMPTOMS. i AM 56 YEARS OLD ANS AM EXPERIENCING UNUSUAL SYMPTOMS i HAVE NEVER HAD BEFORE. mY QUESTIONS ARE: WHAT KIND OF SYMPTOMS COME WITH SUCH A DIAGNOSIS? cAN YOU GIVE ME SOME GENERAL IDEAS? THANK YOU RICK THURSTON YYYY iDAHO
Wed, 20 Jun 2018
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I have reviewed your query and here is my advice.

* There can be various types of lump in the brain as benign, malignant tumor or else.
* I would like to further assist with all details of symptoms and reports of MRI or else as an attachment in follow up conversation.

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