Meningiomas are benign brain tumour, that originates from brain covering (meninges or dura mater). As they grow, they push or sometimes, invade the brain mater. These are one of the most complex brain tumours due to many reasons, it's the location (proximity to vital brain structures) and the blood supply, to mention a few. We operated one such giant meningioma, as seen in the picture below. The patient had to be transfused with 26 bottles of blood during surgery. Fortunately, she tolerated the surgery well. Below is the post-surgery CT scan. Immediate postoperative picture. She is well and leading a normal life.
Post-surgery CT Scan
Post-surgery (with permission)