Dear Dr. Veliz,
We can never thank you enough for thinking to order a CT scan for Will. The tumor which showed up was removed by the surgeon a month later. He was able to remove 80-90% of it. It is a WHO II oligodendroglioma. Will is going to receive follow up chemo or radiation, depending on whether the gene markers are positive or negative at the Moores Cancer Center at UCSD.
As a result of the surgery location, he has lost all of his left side peripheral vision permanently. He was told this would probably happen prior to the surgery. None of the doctors can believe he didn't have headaches (let alone seizures).
I'm sure you have saved his life.
Our warmest regards.
S & W G
San Diego, CA