A case of 39 years old male is described who presented with headache, right-sided focal fits and decreased power in the right hand. CT scan brain showed a left fronto-parietal cystic lesion with centrolateral intramural nodule with homogenous enhancement. At surgery, the extra-axial lesion with cyst containing xanthochromic fluid had a well-defined capsule that could easily be separated from the peri-lesional cortical surface. The dural-based nodule with its cyst wall was resected in toto. The histopathology of mural nodule was reported as meningioma while the cyst wall histology revealed meningothelial cells.
Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP
Siddiqui, A. A.,
Shah, A. A.
(2003). Peritumoral cystic meningioma. Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons--Pakistan : JCPSP, 13(8), 461-462.
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