Dave Baldwin

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An increasing number of patients with an acoustic neuroma present with useful hearing in the tumour ear. Surgical removal of these tumours via the posterior fossa route may enable preservation of the cochlear nerve and otic capsule without increasing the morbidity to the facial nerve. The results of treating 51 cases of acoustic neuroma via the posterior(More)
In a series of over 500 cases of cerebellopontine angle tumors, 19 patients had bilateral neurinomas. Four of these tumors arose from the facial rather than the acoustic nerve. A conservative policy regarding surgery had been adopted in an effort to prevent hearing loss for as long as possible. Nevertheless, all patients operated on in this series are now(More)
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