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Skull base surgery. 1991 January; 1(1): 43–50.
PMCID: PMC1656313

Meningioma of the Posterior Skull Base

Abstract

Combined intratemporal and cerebellopontine angle meningiomas are rejatively rare. There are unsolved problems with the stability of the skull and spine and the lower cranial nerves and there is a marked tendency for the tumor to involve the spinal cord. This article reports on five cases of combined intratemporal and cerebellopontine angle meningiomas.

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