Incidental meningioma

Background

Meningioma is the most common primary brain tumour. It is also a common incidental finding that gets picked up on brain scans performed for unrelated causes such as headache or tinnitus. These are called incidental meningiomas.  Because MRI scans are being used more, more incidental meningiomas are being found. 

Aim

We are a group of researchers with an interest in incidental meningioma. We aim to understand the behaviour of these tumours to aid clinicians with management decisions

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