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CEREBELLOPONTINE ANGLE LIPOMATOUS HAMARTOMA OF NERVE: CASE REPORT.

Reid, Colin B.A. M.B. B.S.; Fagan, Paul A. F.RA.C.S.; Turner, Jennifer F.R. C.P.A.

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Abstract

colon; Cerebellopontine angle lipoma has been previously described in 21 patients and is frequently unresectable. An intracanalicular lipomatous hamartoma in a 60-year-old male is presented. MRI enabled a correct preoperative diagnosis to be made. Complete surgical excision, without major neurologic deficit was achieved. A review of the literature reveals that the tumor is frequently infiltrative, especially when vascular elements are prominent. The histologic characteristics and the hamartomatous nature of the lesion are discussed.

(C) 1991, The American Journal of Otology, Inc.

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