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Epilepsy Surgery

Epilepsy surgery

In epilepsy surgery, the area of the brain responsible for seizures is removed. Epilepsy surgery is performed to stop or reduce the severity of seizures. In addition, surgery is performed to reduce the number of deaths associated with seizures, decrease the use of anti-seizure medications, and lessen the potential side effects of the medications.

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A meningioma is a tumor that forms in your meninges, which are three layers of tissue that cover and protect your brain and spinal cord. Meningiomas originate from arachnoid cells in particular, which are cells within the thin, spiderweb-like membrane that covers your brain and spinal cord. This is one of three layers that make up the meninges.

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Brain tumour

Brain Lymphoma

Brain lymphoma, also known as primary cerebral lymphoma or primary central nervous system lymphoma, is a rare, highly aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma cancer originating in the lymph tissue (white blood cells) of the brain or spinal cord, and can also be found in the eyes. This type of cancer can be treated effectively and even cured if it is found early.

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