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Figure 1: Images of a 15-year-old male patient. (Case 1). (a) T2 weighted axial image showing a large intraventricular meningioma in the body and frontal horn of the lateral ventricle at the time of initial presentation. (b) T1 weighted contrast coronal image showing the tumor. (c) T1 weighted contrast sagittal image showing the large tumor. (d) T1 weighted contrast axial image 5 years after the initial surgery showing a recurrent intraventricular tumor with daughter nodules along the previous surgical trajectory. (e) Coronal image showing the recurrence of meningioma along the surgical trajectory. (f) Post-operative image after the second surgery showing excision of the tumor

Figure 1: Images of a 15-year-old male patient. (Case 1). (a) T2 weighted axial image showing a large intraventricular meningioma in the body and frontal horn of the lateral ventricle at the time of initial presentation. (b) T1 weighted contrast coronal image showing the tumor. (c) T1 weighted contrast sagittal image showing the large tumor. (d) T1 weighted contrast axial image 5 years after the initial surgery showing a recurrent intraventricular tumor with daughter nodules along the previous surgical trajectory. (e) Coronal image showing the recurrence of meningioma along the surgical trajectory. (f) Post-operative image after the second surgery showing excision of the tumor