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Posted by: Emjay | 2003/03/02

Blood & Brain

I resently had a stroke. During the MRI they found either a meningioma or oesteoma? My leucocytes were marked as low. What does all this mean

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Emjay, a meningioma is a tumour of the meninges (membranes around the brain) and an osteoma is a tumour of bone. Leucocytes are the white blood cells – a slightly low count might mean that your immunity is suppressed but in isolation doesn’t mean much. Let me know if you have more questions. Good luck.
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