Management of Patient with Pregnancy and Brain Tumor
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A 29-year-old primipara woman (162 cm, 78 kg) at 36-week gestation was admitted from the ER with the complaint of severe headache localized to the left frontal area for 3 months, accompanied by nausea/vomiting of 1 week duration.
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