Pneumatosinus dilatans, associated with meningioma; is remodeling of the skull-base triggered by local cathepsin-expression? A case report (2004:8b)

Krampla, W.; Paertan, G.; Schmid, S.; Mahr, K.; Hruby, W.
November 2004
European Radiology;Nov2004, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p2148
Academic Journal
journal article
Presents a case report of pneumatosinus dilatans, associated with meningioma in a 61-year-old woman presented with a progressive organic neuropsychological disorder associated with concentration difficulties, headache and vertigo. Revelation of a large ethmoidal sinus via coronal computed tomography; Resection of the tumor at neurosurgery; Biopsy of the bone lesion at the frontal base; Confirmation of the diagnosis of meningioma.


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