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If you’re faced with a diagnosis of a skull base tumor, it’s important to make sure the diagnosis is correct. Studies have shown that, in some cases, a second opinion results in major changes to diagnosis or treatment. So having a second physician agree with your first doctor or find something that was missed or misinterpreted the first time can provide peace of mind when faced with a number of treatment options.

Skull base tumors are so complex and there are so many different types, it takes an expert to provide an accurate diagnosis. As part of a regional medical center, UF Health’s skull base tumor neuropathologists are highly trained and specialize in recognizing every type of skull base tumor.