[Bone neogenesis in a rare space-occupying lesion of the inner ear canal].

@article{Relic1999BoneNI,
  title={[Bone neogenesis in a rare space-occupying lesion of the inner ear canal].},
  author={A. Relic and Bernhard Schick and Hartmut Kronsbein and Gabriele Kahle and Wolfgang Draf},
  journal={HNO},
  year={1999},
  volume={47 6},
  pages={563-8}
}
Hemangiomas of the skull base are rare neoplasms and are easily misdiagnosed as acoustic neuromas when occurring in the internal auditory canal. Among these tumors, ossifying hemangiomas are characterized histologically be newly formed bone tissue within their substance. We describe a 26-year old female patient who presented with left-sided sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus. T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a bright space-occupying lesion of the internal auditory canal… CONTINUE READING