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Is loss of speech permanent after the surgical removal of atemporal lobe glioblastoma?
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Dr. Olivier Frankenberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Maybe
It depends on what areas of "healthy brain" were affected during the surgery and on which side.
If the "speech centers" were involved then the loss may be permanent. The neurosurgeon should have a good idea of what areas where involved.

In brief: Maybe
It depends on what areas of "healthy brain" were affected during the surgery and on which side.
If the "speech centers" were involved then the loss may be permanent. The neurosurgeon should have a good idea of what areas where involved.
Dr. Olivier Frankenberger
Dr. Olivier Frankenberger
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In brief: Maybe
Takes two to four months to tell.

In brief: Maybe
Takes two to four months to tell.
Dr. Terry Simpson
Dr. Terry Simpson
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