A case of heterotopic brain tissue in the sphenoid ridge accompanied by a meningioma

Ann-Katrin Bruns, Malte Richters, Astrid Jeibmann, Markus Holling, Walter Stummer & Christian Ewelt
Objective: Extracerebral neuroglial heterotopias are rare manifestations of cerebral tissue outside the brain. Their most common form is the so called nasal glioma. Further locations are the respiratory tract, soft tissue of the head and neck, the orbit and the middle ear. Some are associated with developmental[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]