Meningioma Olfactory Tumor

Meningioma Olfactory Tumor

Meningioma Olfactory Tumor

A female patient with several records of convulsion visited Dr. Sharifi’s office, and the examinations and MRI tests revealed a tumor in the forehead area and the olfactory groove. This patient was immediately operated by Dr. Sharifi and fortunately the tumor was fully removed and the patient has good general health now.

Meningiomas are tumors that develop from the meninges (rather than the brain tissue). Biologically speaking, most meningiomas are benign yet some of them are invasive and difficult-to-treat, especially when they surround the nerves such as the optic nerves and affect the vision.

amir bigdeli
amir bigdeli
it manager in paytakht medical imaging center

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