The acoustic neurinoma is a benign, slowly growing and encapsulated tumor that originates from the Schwann cell (74, 184, 327, 376, 441, 447, 492). The correct designation therefore is “Schwannoma”. However, the term “acoustic neurinoma” is so widely accepted, it will also be used in this book.
KeywordsFourth Ventricle Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Cavernous Hemangioma Internal Auditory Canal Peritumoral Edema
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