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Scare eplipsy
My mother underwent tumor operation three years back...it was done in kem hospital successfully... Initially all was fine as she was walking talking and normal...but slowly and gradually her walking stopped, and last she suffered from fit. And MRI report showed scare epilepsy... Present condition: bed ridden, not able to talk, not able to eat completely on liquid diet, may be even don't recognise any body...just keeps on looking at every body...
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Sharath Kumar K N
General Physician Mandya
hello, frontal lobe performs most of the motor functions of our body, and since our cranium is a closed structure even a small tumor compress on brain and affect its function . even surgically removal causes same effect and healing after surgical removal causes scar tissue which can induce epilepsy, and progressively detiorate the condition.. even though there is no cure for it can be managed , please consult your neurosurgeon.
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