A Case of Deep Sylvian Meningioma Shintaro MORI 1 , Hirobumi ISHIHARA 1 , Takashi SOGABE 1 , Yasunori KODANA 1 , Hiromichi HIBINO 1 , Susumu ISHIKAWA 1 , Tohru UOZUMI 1 , Hiromutsu IMADA 2 , Yoshihisa SEGAWA 2 1Department of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine, Hiroshima University 2Department of Neuropsychiatry, School of Medicine, Hiroshitna University Keyword: Deep sylvian meningioma , Intracerebral meningioma , Subcortical meningioma pp.385-392
Published Date 1977/4/10
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1436200610
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So called intracerebral or subcortical meningioma with no relation to the ventricles is extremely rare. In 1938 Cushing and Eisenhardt reported two cases of this type of tumor as "Deep Sylvian Meningiomas" The authors reported a case of "deep sylvian men ingioma" because of its rarity and interesting diagnostical questions, and 16 cases reported in the literature were reviewed.

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