Description of Work
I saw Dr. Bonaroti from January 2013 through September 2014 to monitor a benign meningioma, a tumor in the lining of my brain. My tumor was in my olfactory groove, in a difficult to reach place. Dr. Bonaroti's bedside manner is excellent. On my first visit, he kindly and compassionately explained my situation, and that surgery was likely to destroy or disrupt my senses of taste and smell, probably permanently. He therefore advised that we take a conservative approach and watch it carefully and wait, and avoid surgery as long as possible. Unfortunately, after a year of no growth and quarterly scans, my tumor did begin growing, which was confirmed in September 2014. He then referred me to a colleague who specialized in minimally invasive techniques, which he does not currently do. Dr. Aziz, in the same practice, AGH Neurosurgery, successfully removed my tumor on January 14, 2015, and my senses of taste and smell were preserved, and all other brain function. I got great care from both doctors, and highly recommend them both and this practice. I am grateful for such excellent care.
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