atypical_meningioma_differential_diagnosis

Typical meningioma: Usually noninvasive, but histology is needed for definitive diagnosis.

Dural metastases: Extracranial neoplasm is usually known (eg, neuroblastoma).

Lymphoma: Often lytic bone lesion with epidural and extracranial components.

Ewing sarcoma: Often osseous laminated periosteal reaction.

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