spinal_meningioma

Spinal meningioma

Spinal meningioma epidemiology.

Spinal meningioma classification.

Most spinal meningiomas are benign, with greater than 95% being classified as WHO grade I lesions, although clear cell meningiomas (a WHO grade II histological variant) have a predilection for the spine.

They are believed to originate from the denticulate ligaments.

The majority of patients present with motor impairments as a result of compression of the spinal cord. Less common presentations include sensory deficits, pain and sphincter dysfunction.

see Spinal meningioma diagnosis.

see Spinal meningioma differential diagnosis.

see Spinal meningioma treatment.

see Spinal meningioma outcome.

Spinal meningioma Meta-analysis.

see Spinal meningioma case series.

see Spinal meningioma case reports.

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