Case 424


A 71-year-old male patient presents to the doctor’s office complaining about recurrent falls, dizziness, muscle weakness and headache, which was initiated 4 months ago and has been progressively worsening. Hypertensive (using Amlodipine, 5 milligrams once a day), alcohol drinker and smoker since 14 years old. At the exam: alert, showing confused verbal response and slowed speech. Without focal neurological deficits. Ataxic gait and preserved muscle tone. A head MRI was requested.

Based on the clinical history and MRI images, what is the most likely diagnosis?

Questão de Prova

(Famed/UFU - 2016) Concerning WHO’s class I meningioma, which of the statements below is not true?