Meningioma recurrence at a different site masquerading as a subdural hematoma. Case report

J Timothy, D Lafuente, A Chakrabarty, A Saxena, P Marks
Journal of Neurosurgery 1999, 91 (3): 496-8
It is unusual for a meningioma to recur at a distant site. It is more unusual for a meningioma to present as a subdural hematoma. The authors report a unique case in which both of these events occurred in the same patient during a 4-year period. The authors discuss the pathogenesis of these rare events with regard to meningiomas.

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