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It depends on the location of the brain tumor. If the area functioning the swallowing is removed, it is possible that she has a difficulty swallowing some foods.
It seems to be a meningioma. Postoperative neurologic deficits can be a direct complication of surgery. The reported incidence of such neurologic deficits ranges from 2 to 30 percent depending upon the location of the tumor and the extent of the resection. Cortical brain injury may occur if the membranes (arachnoid and pia) are adherent to the tumor and there is disruption of the membrane (pial) vasculature with subsequent cortical microinfarction (micro stroke in the lobe). You should talk with her doctor.