Jugular Fossa Meningocele

Jeshil R. Shah, MD; Deepak P. Patkar, MD; Malini A. Lawande, MD


Appl Radiol. 2013;42(2):21-22. 

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Case Summary

An 18-year-old woman presented with a history of recurrent headaches, which were described as dull aching and persisting for a few hours, mainly on the right side. They were not associated with any obvious cause; there was no history of associated visual disturbances, vertigo, dizziness, earache, nausea, or recurrent upper respiratory tract infections. The general and systemic nervous examination findings were within normal limits. Other sytemic examinations did not reveal any significant abnormality. Ophthalmologic and otorhinolaryngoscopic examinations also did not reveal any abnormalities of note. Routine laboratory investigations were noncontributory.