Skull Base Tumor - Dorsum Sella Meningioma - Microsurgical Removal

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Case description

These are benign tumors. In the skull, slow growing. Originate from meninges can occur any where in the skull. When they occur in above said region they press on optic nerves and lead to progressive visual loss starting in one eye and involving other eye. OPTHALMOLOGICAL EXAMINATION, MRI /CT SCAN BRAIN will diagnose the problem and microsurgical excision will prevent the visual loss and help in slow recovery of vision. This lady post excision is doing very well with good useful visual recovery.

Procedure performed by dr Suresh Dugani.

tags: dorsum sella meningioma skull base skull base meningiomas optic nerve optic chiasma sella pituitory gland circle of willis microsurgery internal carotid artery tuberculum sella dorsum sella


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