Massive Intradural Chondroma Masquerading as Lower Body Parkinsonism. Cureus Connolly, I. D., Johnson, E., Lummus, S., Hayden Gephart, M. 2018; 10 (1): e2099


Intracranial chondromas of the dural convexity are exceedingly rare with less than 30 reported in the literature to date. We report a massive intradural convexity chondroma in a patient initially thought to have a frontal gait neurodegenerative disorder. This large tumor required a complex, piecemeal surgical resection due to the dense, fibrous nature of the tumor and the proximity of crucial structures. The patient had complete resolution of her preoperative symptoms after surgical excision.

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