Petroclival meningiomas.

  title={Petroclival meningiomas.},
  author={Jacob B. Hunter and Kyle D. Weaver and Reid Carleton Thompson and George B. Wanna},
  journal={Otolaryngologic clinics of North America},
  volume={48 3},
Petroclival meningiomas are most commonly found in women around 50 years of age and have the general tendency to grow and affect several cranial nerves. At presentation, many patients complain of headaches, gait disturbances and cranial neuropathies. Treatment options include surgery, with a variety of surgical approaches, and or radiotherapy. Current trends support subtotal resection with postoperative radiotherapy. This review summarizes the literature of petroclival meningiomas, discussing… CONTINUE READING
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