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Mild dilation of right ventricle at occipital horn

Four months ago, I was diagnosed with, and had surgery to remove a grade II astrocytoma. I have a history of migraines for about 10 years, I am 27.  I had 95% or more of my tumor removed.

I just had a follow up MRI scan, and reading the report I am curious if that dilation could be the cause of my migraines? I have had a few since surgery, but they seem to be better.  My surgeon and oncologist believe my migraines may be a separate issue from the tumor.  
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