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    Thanks for answering my question. There is swollen behind the eye which create high pressure inside brain including pressure on the eye Nerves. Eye specialist said there is nothing they can do. While my neurosurgeon said my tumors are not removable because there are multiple locations.

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    RENEE911 asked a questionBrain and Spinal Cord Tumors in Adults

    Is vision loss from brain tumour permanent? is it reversible?

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      I think it depends on the tumor. I have heard of some people getting tumors removed and it relieving pressure on the brain that rule sight. So the answer is maybe. Is the tumor destroying the sight center in the brain or putting pressure on it or the ocular nerves?

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    Drug or Chemo Therapy (Chemotherapy): 2 WEEKS AFTER THE COMBINED RADIO & CHEMO, DOCTOR STOPPED THE CHEMO AFTER SUDDEN LOSS OF VISION