My mom was admitted to the hospital due to an extreme headache, clicking sound in the head and high blood pressure. CAT scan revealed that she had a benign brain tumor and no surgery will probably be needed. After making an MRI, another neurosurgeon said she would have to remove it as it could lead to blindness and difficulty talking and moving. After contacting another neurosurgeon for advice he said no surgery is needed. I would appreciate if you could take a look at the MRI images and give me advice because they are already preparing her for the surgery this week and I am not even sure if it is necessary. Thank you.
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