IJSRP, Volume 10, Issue 2, February 2020 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Dr. Mah Sheena K M, Dr. Lilly Rajeevan, Dr. Shalini Kuruvila, Dr. Kavitha K P
Eumycetomas of craniocerebral are rare An extraordinary lesion in an extraordinary location in a 56-year-old male! We report here a case of eumycetoma involving brain and skull bone in a middle-aged male who presented with seizures and right sided weakness. Imaging showed a dural-based lesion enhancing moderately on contrast. It was mistaken for meningioma clinically and radiologically. Craniocerebral eumycetoma usually presents with lump on scalp and sinuses.