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- Question: After Gamma Knife surgery on an acoustic neuroma, what are the chances of it starting to growing again?
Low. But it depends on many factors, including whether it was biopsied or
not and whether the exact diagnosis is known.
Paul M. Zeltzer MD
Clinical Professor in Neurosurgery
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA