Cavernous hemangioma of Meckel's cave. Case report

Journal of Neurosurgery
M G Fehlings, W S Tucker


A case of a cavernous hemangioma located within Meckel's cave and involving the gasserian ganglion is described in a patient presenting with facial pain and a trigeminal nerve deficit. Although these lesions have been reported to occur in the middle fossa, this is believed to be the first case of such a vascular malformation arising solely from within Meckel's cave.


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