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my 67 yr. old father has survived 3 brain aneurysm surgerys, the last one being 5 years ago. Now he has a 8mm in the basal area of his brain and its deep. They said it would be a risky surgery. Does anyone know anything about the basal area of the brain
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The basal area of the brain consists of thalamus, basal ganglia, substantia nigra, cerebellum, hippocampus and other such structures which regulate a person’s heart beat, respiration, blood pressure and other vital functions such as sensory and motor control, memory etc. Hence, this is a risky area to navigate through as post surgery a person may lose all vital body functions. Take care!

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