Department of Radiology, Hospital Ibn Sina, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco
Meningiomas are often benign tumors, discovered incidentally or following an insidious neurological symptomatology. Hemorrhages in such situations may occur intra-tumorally, in sub-arachnoidal space, in sub-dural space, or in cerebral parenchyma, and the mechanism is still poorly understood. This last location is exceptional.
Imaging allows one to orient the diagnosis and establish an adequate therapeutic strategy.
CT is often the examination of choice in emergencies; MRI remains the modality of choice.
Keywords: Hemorrhagic Brain Tumor; Meningioma; Intracerebral Hematoma; CT; MRI
N Amsiguine., et al. “Intracerebral Hematoma Revealing a Meningioma: About a Case and Review of the Literature”. EC Neurology 15.7 (2023): 24-28.
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