'Split my skull': Gary Busey opens up about his horror brain injury – subdural haematoma

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This is a malignant tumour that occurs in soft tissue, normally around joints.

According to the NHS, they are less frequently developed in the trunk, head, neck or abdomen.

The Pacific Neuroscience Institute, explained that surgeries to remove these tumours commonly involve taking out an eye or removing the nose.

However, Busey had a new kind of surgery from his doctor, called endo-scope assisted endonasal surgery – which means removing the tumour through a tiny instrument, assisted by a small camera.

“I would be Doctor Griffiths’ first patient using this new technology, but he assured me he could save my face,” Busey remembered.

“He didn’t blink when he spoke to me, which gave me confidence.”



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