Mr. Jinrong Ge

Mr. Jinrong Ge

OVERVIEW

Name: Mr. Jinrong Ge
Diagnosis: Atypia meningioma in left triangular area
D.O.B: 01 January 1954
Gender: Male
Country: China

Treatment: Craniotomy via left parietal-occipital approach with lesion resection

HISTORY

Patient Jingong Ge, a 59-year-old male patient from China, was admitted to Puhua International Hospital (PIH) in China on 20th October 2009, with an atypical meningioma in triangular area.

Medical condition before neurosurgery for Atypia meningioma in left triangular area

Sixteen months prior to admission for Atypia meningioma in left triangular area, Mr. Ge started to feel that the flexibility of his right leg was impaired: he felt as if his right leg was ‘somewhat powerless.’ He did not seek treatment immediately. Six months passed, and the symptoms worsened gradually, which affected his gait: the difficulties with right leg had an obvious negative impact on his life. He went to a local hospital and received a cerebral MRI scan, which showed that there was aspace-occupying lesion in the triangular area of the left lateral ventricle. Surgical intervention was recommended. With a desire to pursue neurosurgery treatment for this atypical meningioma, Patient Jinrong Ge was admitted to PIH in Beijing.

Neurosurgical Approach for Atypia meningioma in left triangular area

Craniotomy via left parietal-occipital approach with tumor resection

The procedure took six hours.

Medical condition after neurosurgery for Atypia meningioma in left triangular area

Four hours after Patient Jinrong Ge’s surgery for Atypia meningioma in left triangular area, he was found in a coma. A CT scan following the procedure revealed that an intracerebral hematoma had formed. An emergency surgery via the original incision to clear the hematoma was performed immediately. The procedure was successful. Two hours after the surgery, Patient Jinrong Gere covered from the coma. Vital signs were stable. Three days after the surgery, the drainage tube was removed. Pathological diagnosis confirmed the clinical diagnosis of an atypical meningioma. In the following days of hospitalization, Mr. Ge managed his daily life well. He did not complain about headache or other symptoms. No other complications occurred. Muscle strength of his right leg was the same as before. He was discharged from our hospital twenty-four days after his neurosurgery treatment.

Follow Up

Three months after neurosurgery treatment for his atypical meningioma, Patient Jinrong Ge came back to PIH for a follow up. He said that he recovered well during the time at home. The movements of his legs were much more flexible than before the surgery. He felt that his legs were powerful again. His gait had become normal, without weakness of the right leg. He had received effective neurosurgery for his atypical meningioma.

Scan before surgery

Scan during the surgery

Craniotomy via left parietal-occipital approach

Scan three months after the surgery

 

 

 

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