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I felt the same way. but if you look at autopsy pics on google, you see the meningioma is like a ball coming out of the meninges.
compare that to glioblastoma which is within the brain in cerebral hemispheres.
so it's mainly one tumor is coming out of the brain and the other is inside the cerebral hemispheres.
that's the best i can come up with. but it's confusing
Afferent artery dilation*
There is decreased afferent renal artery dilation (less blood flow) leads to increased renin release from the juxtaglomerular cells (located near the afferent artery) to try to increase blood flow. I got it wrong but after reviewing saw my idiotic mistake.