The dural tail sign revisited.

  title={The dural tail sign revisited.},
  author={Eric C. Bourekas and Philip M. Wildenhain and Jonathan S. Lewin and Robert Tarr and Khurshed J Dastur and Mohammad Reza Ahmadzadeh Raji and Charles F. Lanzieri},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  volume={16 7},
The “dural tail sign” was described by Wilms and colleagues as a thin, tapering rim of dural enhancement, in continuity with a convexity meningioma on gadopentetate dimeglumine– enhanced magnetic resonance (MR) (1). Goldsher and associates subsequently, in 1990, demonstrated the dural tail sign in 60% of their series of meningiomas and concluded that its presence, associated with an extraaxial mass, was very specific for meningioma (2). The dural tail sign more recently has been described in… CONTINUE READING
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