At that time, the doctor said that the brain tumor was 4cm temporarily inoperable, and it needed 5cm before it could be operated. Is it true?
Hello, in combination with your above description, it is difficult for other doctors who are not in charge to answer this question, because they do not understand the situation of the patient at that time, such as the need to judge whether there is a brain tumor according to the results of brain enhancement magnetic resonance or CT imaging. Why can't surgery be performed at that time
Why does the patient need to operate after the size of 5cm? It is difficult to judge whether it is true without the patient's condition information and specific situation at that time. It is recommended to send the patient's imaging examination results and describe the patient's situation at that time
In general, the doctor needs to take regular check-up according to the causes of malignant tumors. In general, I need to take regular check-up according to the specific causes of malignant tumors. In general, I need to take regular check-up according to the specific causes
For brain malignant tumors, according to the patient's clinical symptoms and corresponding examination results, after the diagnosis is clear, the main treatment method is surgery. Generally speaking, the smaller the tumor, the better the treatment effect. There is no scientific reason to wait until the tumor increases before surgery. If surgery is not possible, radiotherapy and treatment can be mainly considered.