Association of Intracranial Aneurysms with Meningiomas, Pituitary Adenomas, and Gliomas: Review of Possible Interrelationships

@inproceedings{Spitler2013AssociationOI,
  title={Association of Intracranial Aneurysms with Meningiomas, Pituitary Adenomas, and Gliomas: Review of Possible Interrelationships},
  author={Kevin Spitler and Doniel Drazin and George Hanna and Ashish Patel and Ray M. Chu},
  booktitle={ISRN neurology},
  year={2013}
}
Asymptomatic intracranial abnormalities are increasingly becoming a focus of attention with the utilization of high-resolution imaging. The concurrence of tumor and aneurysm has been described, largely, by case reports and single-surgeon experiences. Recent papers have outlined the ethics of incidental findings and possible treatment algorithms. Incidental finding of an aneurysm occurs most commonly in patients with meningiomas, pituitary adenomas, and gliomas. Such an association may explain… CONTINUE READING

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