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Should I get a second opinion for gliomatosis cerebri?

Of course – this is a serious medical issue and you should gather as much information and advice as you can. Our neurosurgeons are also available to provide a second opinion if you or your child were diagnosed elsewhere. Use our online form to request an appointment or call 212-746-2363. You may also create a secure online account where you can upload your images to get a second opinion remotely.