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Spontaneously Ruptured Craniopharyngioma Cyst Without Meningitic Symptoms. Two Case Reports
Two cases of spontaneous rupture of cystic craniopharyngioma without chemical meningitis are described. A 70-year-old woman complained of headache and visual field disturbance in July 1993. The tumor was extirpated in November 1993 and again in December 1996. After regular periodic follow-up evaluation, she was hospitalized for reoperation because of expansion of the cyst on magnetic resonance (MR) imaging in November 1998. However, preoperative MR imaging taken 8 weeks later revealeddoi:10.2176/nmc.43.150 pmid:12699125 fatcat:smatlzj7ebevnfikr4xlhbopfy