Three trigeminal neurinomas of different location and extension
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Three cases of trigeminal neurinoma, which vary widely in their clinical features, location, and extension of the tumor are presented. Symptoms and radiological findings are described and supported by typical radiographs. Operation was carried out in all cases and the diagnosis of a neurinoma histologically confirmed.
KeywordsDiagnostic procedure intracranial tumors neurinoma trigeminal nerve
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