Different histological types of intracranial lesions may present at different times in the clinical history of the patient or, more rarely, they may occurr at the same moment.

In these cases, particularly for tumors located in adjacent areas of the brain, diagnostic difficulties may arise. Moreover, even when the correct diagnosis is established, treatment strategy becomes complex and a single staged approach could be ineffective in obtaining successful removal 1).

Cerebral cavernous malformation

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