• Skull base tumors are rare, probably accounting for less than 1% of intracranial tumors.
• Management options include a conservative approach with serial scans, conventional surgery or radiotherapy/stereotactic radio-surgery.
• Removal of adequate amounts of bone from the cranial base should provide sufficient access without the necessity to retract dura/ brain.
• Surgery for these tumors is difficult because of problems with access, involvement of basal
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