A Clinical Review of Large Cerebello Pontile Angle Thmors

The study was designed as retro-prospective and the study period was 3.5 years. ‘ A total of 66 (42 prospective and 24 retrospective) consecutive patients were included in the study. The commonest tumor in CPA is the Schwannoma (76%) followed by Meningioma (13.3%) and Epidermoid (4.44%). Unusual forms are Ependymoma and Hemangiopericytoma. Amongst the troublesome clinical features headache, hearing loss, vertigo and imbalance, vomiting and tinnitus were more important besides visual failure and features of lower cranial nerveinvolvement. The objective of the study is to “Review the Large Cerebello Pontile Angle tumors clinically”.


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