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Alessandro La Camera
Given that without imaging it is not possible to express a final opinion, I believe that a small (how much?) lesion that has doubled in size over 8 years may be a lesion suitable for radiosurgical treatment also considered that the reported symptom (positional vertigo) may be related to CSF flow disturbance, regardless of whether it is a meningioma or a slow-growing pineal tumor.
it is a slow growing tumor suitable for radiosurgery
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