Meningoma located primarily within the internal auditory canal - a case report
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A 34-year old male presented with a 5-year history of hearing loss and tinnitus. MRI revealed a intracanalicular tumor deep inside the internal auditory canal invading partially cochlear ganglion. The mass was surgically resected by middle fossa approach. The histological findings showed meningoma primarily located in IAC. This study presents epidemiology, features and treatment of intracanalicular meningomas.
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