2015
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2015.1096904 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Dural cavernous haemangiomas are rare, and they do not display a classical ring of haemosiderin on MRI as parenchymal cavernous haemangiomas. Sometimes, they are misinterpreted as meningiomas with a dural tail sign. In this short report, a 37-year-old woman was diagnosed with a convexity cavernous haemangioma, and the tumour was totally resected.

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“…Few case reports have also described the presence of dural tail which was noted in this case. [ 4 ] This dural tail may occur due to meningeal reaction or direct tumor extension which usually leads to the misdiagnosis as meningioma. Furthermore, extreme hyperintensity of hemangioma on T2W2 image is an important clue differentiating it from meningioma.…”
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“…Few case reports have also described the presence of dural tail which was noted in this case. [ 4 ] This dural tail may occur due to meningeal reaction or direct tumor extension which usually leads to the misdiagnosis as meningioma. Furthermore, extreme hyperintensity of hemangioma on T2W2 image is an important clue differentiating it from meningioma.…”
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