Assistant Professor of Pathology, Jahurul Islam Medical College, Kishoregonj, Bangladesh.
Associate professor of Pathology, Dhaka Community Medical College, Moghbazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Assistant Professor of Pathology, Abdul Malek Ukil Medical College, Noakhali, Bangladesh.
Registerer, National Instiyute of ENT, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Junior Consultant of Obst and Gynae, Sadar Hospital, Feni, Bangladesh.
Introduction: Meningiomas are a histologically diverse group of tumors derived from meningothelial cells. In this present study the clinical features, anatomical location, and histopathological spectrum of Meningioma were studied.
Materials and Methods: The study included 103 CNS tumors operated during a one-year period in various hospitals and clinics of dhaka, Bangladesh. All the cases of meningioma were studied by histopathological examination using H&E staining.
Results: In this study, the most common age group was 40-49 years (35%). Female predominance (73.8%) was noted. Intracranial meningiomas (90.90%) were common than spinal meningiomas. The most common histopathological type was meningotheliomatous meningioma (50%). 94.3% of the meningioma was WHO grade I tumor.
Conclusion: Meningiomas display a wide diversity of histopathological appearances. The majority are benign and hence curable by surgical resection. A few histological features and variants are associated with aggressive behavior and high risk of recurrence. Thus accurate histopathological diagnosis and grading of these tumors are essential.