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Malignant meningioma metastasizing through the cerebrospinal pathways.
  1. S K Ludwin,
  2. F K Conley


    A 53-year old man presented with a malignant meningioma which was incompletely removed. The tumour subsequently metastasized through the cerebrospinal pathways causing clinical signs through invasion of the cranial nerve roots. Microscopically, the metastatic deposits displayed a papillary pattern and increased anaplastic cytological features.

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