IMAGES IN NEUROLOGY 54-YEAR-OLD MAN could be also ruled out because it eral Hospital, Kfar Saba 44281, was repeatedly told typically appears as round sclerotic Israel (firstname.lastname@example.org). by others during the lesions arising from the outer table. Author Contributions: Study con- last few years that he The tumor was resected and found cept and design: Karmon and Gad- A had a bulge on the to be a meningioma (Figure 2). On oth. Acquisition of data: Karmon and the last follow-up 8 months follow- Gadoth. Analysis and interpretation left side of his head. When he noted ing resection, the patient was well of data: Karmon and Gadoth. Draft- a tender soft point in the middle of with no visual evidence of the old ing of the manuscript: Karmon and the bulging area, he consulted a neu- skull deformity, which was cor- Gadoth. Critical revision of the manu- rologist. There was no history of rected by cranioplasty. On repeated script for important intellectual con- headaches, scalp irradiation, or head brain computed tomography, a re- tent: Karmon and Gadoth. Admin- trauma. sidual, small frontal meningioma was istrative, technical, and material The physical and complete neu- noted. The neurological examina- support: Karmon and
JAMA Neurology – American Medical Association
Published: Apr 1, 2006
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