Meningiomas of the Left (Dominant) Temporal Region — Catamneses

  • K. E. Richard
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 2)


Temporal meningiomas of the dominant hemisphere require special attention, because the speech disorders that are typical of this localization in connection with other sequels, e. g. hemipareses, attacks and disorders of sight, prejudice the patient’s lives completely and especially drastically.


Tumor Resection Trigeminal Neuralgia Neurological Sequel Speech Disorder Double Vision 
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