Woman with a headache: the disease discovered in the study; Ball-shaped tumor removed from woman’s head

Ball-shaped tumor removed from woman head

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Afsana, a 37-year-old resident of Nehru Vihar in Delhi, has had a spherical tumor removed from her head. The patient is now doing well and recovering well. When the woman experienced mild headaches several times, she was even taken to a private hospital in New Delhi. An MRI of the brain here revealed a tumor the size of a leather cricket ball in the brain. It took about eight hours to remove it.

Dr. Ravindra Srivastava, who treated the woman, said it was a silent brain tumour. Symptoms include frequent headaches, vision loss, weakness, seizures, loss of balance, and infertility. But in this case, the patient showed no symptoms. She only complained of a mild headache. After examination, a tumor measuring 4.6 x 4.1 x 3.7 cm was found in the woman’s brain. After the diagnosis, treatment was carried out with advanced equipment and technology, and the woman was discharged on April 29. After 25 days, the woman’s condition is better.

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