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Pathology of schwannoma

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doctor1 MD

Hi thanks for asking . I went for an MRI onto nerve sheath tumour and line you said its benign and it's called a shcwonoma and I have to have it out otherwise it will get bigger and start compressing my nerves

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22y/o. has had three schwannomas on left foot, I have nerve pain and constantly feel like someone stabbed my foot. I now have two growths on my rib cage that have the same pain. ...

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I have a vagal schwanomma that according to my neurologist , neuro surgeon, and radio oncologist is in a very bad place. It's in the cerebellum and there is a concerted opinion that surgery is not an option. When first diagnosed in an MRI, it was...

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Sir, My brother in law 49yrs is recently exposed to the symptom of left CP angle Schwannoma ... CRANIOTOMY FOR EXCISION OF CEREBELLOPONTINE ANGLE SCHWANNOMAS has been advised by NeuroSurgeon., after2 ...

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I had a vestibular cranial schwannoma tumor (between 7th-8th nerve ) successfully radiated 2012. My MRI of 11/05 must show something new as my nuero-surgeon wants to meet in office 12/02 (as opposed ...

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doctor1 MD

Recent MRI to rule out vestibular schwannoma (resulting in unilateral hearing / balance loss) reported cerebral white matter T2 signal changes compatible with chronic microvascular ischemic disease ...

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I saw ENT surgeon Oct.13.I have schwannoma tumor. Because of severe leftt facial droop, and severe loss of hearing in left ear, he thinks it is malignant.He has ordered another MRI, but said he may have ...

doctor1 MD

hi i have a large mass in the posterior pelvis area that has been diagnosed as a schwannoma. through imaging it 95 percent not cancerous.it is on the s1 and s2 nerve. right now i cannot get a biopsy ...

doctor1 MD

i have had a schwannoma of the nerve in my upper chest removed, it was quite large,and has left me ... on working regardless of the pain, the work involved alot of vibration, could this have caused the schwannoma ...

doctor1 MD

My 85 year old mother has to have a spinal schwanoma (not sure on the spelling) removed. How risky is the surgery and what is the recovery time. She is in excellent health with the kidneys, heart and lungs of a much younger person. She eats well,...

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12 years ago I had a schwannoma removed from the spine at L4-L5 and now have another, which has ...? Is there a chance that there will be another schwannoma that will show up somewhere else? ...

doctor1 MD

hi i have an acoustic schwannoma, after my first surgery in 2009 it wasn t completely removed because it bent the brainstem and was resting on the facial nerve. I also had hydrocephalus and a vp shunt ...

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I am a 30 year old male and I had a Melanocytic Schwannoma removed from my lower back in January of this year. Over the last few days I have had a painful lump in my right arm pit. I thought it was a blocked ...

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Hello, I am 64 ,male, and was diagnosed with a 3mm intradural schwonnoma at L3 [ left side ] two years ago .A follow up MRI one year ago showed no change in size. I had fusion surgery of L4 to L5 12 years ago and have been having more local pain...

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My cousin is diagnosed with Vestibular Schwannoma and the tumour is slow-growing (2mm pa) but he has burning sensation in his ears. They think that it is not related to the tumour so he wants to know ...