A patient is described who successfully underwent cerebral hemispherectomy for malignant glioma and whose death nine months later, wrongly ascribed to recurrent malignancy, was in fact due to a subsequently-developing benign meningioma in the remaining hemisphere. The possible advantages of a modification of standard hemispherectomy technique are also discussed.
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