A report, 'Middle fossa approach to a temporosphenoidal encephalocele -technical note-,' is newly published data in Neurologia Medico-chirurgica. According to recent research from Korea, "Temporosphenoidal encephalocele (TSE) is a rare entity caused by herniation of the anteromedial temporal lobe into the sphenoid sinus (SS) through a middle fossa (MF) defect. A 45-year-old woman presented with a spontaneous TSE manifesting as a 4-year history of recurrent cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea and meningitis."
"Coronal computed tomography showed a skull defect in the superior wall of the right lateral recess of the SS. This homogeneous intrasphenoidal lesion appeared...
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