Cranial subdural metastases: a clinicopathological study.


During a period of 10 years, 2782 brains were examined at post-mortem and in 17 cases metastases were attached to the dura mater, 8 presenting as multiple nodules 6 as a single nodule and 3 as diffuse dural thickening. The primary growths were, in equal proportions sarcomas, epitheliomas and lymphoid tumours. In contrast to the frequent location of… (More)


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@article{Sieben1981CranialSM, title={Cranial subdural metastases: a clinicopathological study.}, author={Geeke Sieben and Jacques L De Reuck and Wouter De Coster and H Vander eecken}, journal={Clinical neurology and neurosurgery}, year={1981}, volume={83 2}, pages={81-6} }