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What Is The Usual Cause Of A Meningioma
Depends: That is dependent upon its location.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: You should be seen by a neurosurgeon, especially if you have any symptoms associated with it. Observation with close imaging follow-up may be approprate in select cases if asymptomatic. The usual treatment for the symptomatic meningioma include surgical resection, transarterial embolization and radiation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tumor growth: These are tumors that arise from the lining outside the brain. They are almost always benign although some studies say up to 10% can become malignant. They start early and grow- some a little, some a lot. They are found frequently in older people without needing any treatment. Your baby may have one but unless it is large, watching it is best. ...Read more
I have a meningioma that causes short-term mem loss. How likely is it that i will be able to finish college?
Size/location key: Small meningiomas typically do not cause symptoms unless they are leading to small seizures. However large tumors that cause significant symptoms should be considered for surgical removal as they can lead to further dysfunction by the pressure they place on the adjacent brain. ...Read more
They don't usually : Meningiomas are benign (not cancerous) slow growing tumors within the skull. They sometimes can get large enough to push aside normal structures. In those cases they are sometimes removed or treated with radiation. It's unlikely that the meningioma is the cause of the headache, however. You should see a doctor about the headaches. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does gincosin drug cause meningioma?or is it safe?and what dosage do you recommend per day for improving my concentration and mental performance?
2 cases out of 20 K: Ginkgo preparations can cause seizures. Avoid the seeds and fruit (toxic) Ginseng the second component of Gincosan has been used as a medicine for over 5000 years. At age 19 it is not likely that you have a cerebral blood flow problem (in the absence of SLE or other uncommon conditions). You might consider undergoing a formal assessment done by a highly trained specialist (Behavioral Neurologist) ...Read more
How long would a teen diagnosed with meningioma live? What types of treatments would be recommended? What side effects would those treatments cause?
My meningioma causes a spasm every 2-3 month at night, while sleeping.. since it is on the right side, the left side of my face goes into a spasm. is ?
Ask neurologist: It's hard to know if the symptoms are related to the meningioma. It depends on the location. If it were located near area of motor cortex controlling the face, it's possible it could trigger an occasional focal seizure. Sounds like a good question for the neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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