Objectives:-To highlight the importance ofconsidering malignant meningiomasin the differential diagnosis ofjugular foramen lesions.-To review the incidence, biologicalbehavior, and treatment of thisdisease. Study Design:-Case report and literature review ofmalignant meningiomas. Methods:-A patient is presented with amalignant meningioma of the rightjugular foramen.-He was treated with gross totalresection of the tumor, pluspostoperative radiation therapy. Study Design:-Case report and literature review ofmalignant meningiomas. Results:-The patient has remained diseasefree for 2 years with excellentquality of life. Conclusions:-Malignant meningiomas arerelatively rare and behaveaggressively.-Gross total surgical excision and adjuvant radiotherapy offer the besthope for disease-free survival.