Medical help with benign brain tumor

Found out I have a benign brain tumor on my optic nerve. Will this require surgery? Will I lose vision?
mklem
Asked Dec 17, 2015

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It really should be removed! if it is medically feasible, and small enough, radiation therapy may be possible. If it is removed by a qualified surgeon, soon, it will not blind you. However if it is not treated at all, and continues to grow, you will most probably lose vision.

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Answered Oct 01, 2017
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cansurgery
Answered Nov 20, 2017

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