1.2. Introduction: Cavernous sinus is a venous pathway that contain vital structures. It has been considered no man’s land since the advent of neurosurgery. Surgical management of lesions in this location is extremely difficult and unwanted damage to its components may result in irretrievable consequences. Surgical approaches to cavernous sinus meningioma are controversial and evaluation of outcomes according to the extent of resection can lead to better management of these lesions.