Prostate cancer is the second death causing men cancer after lung cancer . It is the most common men cancer over the
age of 50. Metastasis for this type of cancer are mainly lymph node and bone. Visceral and cerebral metastasis are unusual, rare
and terminal, reported in less than 4% of cases and often postmortem.  We report the case of a patient suffering from prostate
adenocarcinoma with a high-risk according to the AMICO classification, who has been operated (open prostatectomy without
preservation of neurovascular bundle). The patient presented two years after radical treatment a biological recurrence and started
complaining headache and visual problems that led to the discovery of dural metastasis.