A parasagittal meningioma of an eighty year old female patient showed by light and electron microscopy cystic architecture (forme humide) as well as nuclear vacuoles (indentations) and cytoplasmic inclusions. The latter are the known pseudopsammoma bodies or hyaline inclusions as demonstrated by light and electron microscopy. Light microcopy on paraffin sections and cytological smear preparations revealed, in addition to the cells of endotheliomatous meningioma and those containing the inclusions a third type with small granular cytoplasmic content. Electron microscopy showed characteristic features of meningioma such as folded double membranes, desmosomes and filaments and thus gave evidence of the meningiomatous nature of the tumor. By immunohistochemistry tumor cells in slightly focal distribution contained vimentin, whereas small clusters of cells with hyaline inclusions were strongly positive for cytokeratin. The dispersed cells of granular cytoplasmic content were positive for fibronectin. These findings, especially of the inclusion containing cytokeratin positive cell clusters may shed new light upon the concept of histogenesis and classification.