Facial nerve outcome after acoustic neuroma surgery: a study from the era of cranial nerve monitoring.

Abstract

The introduction of intraoperative cranial nerve monitoring in posterior fossa surgery has greatly aided the surgeon in identification and anatomic preservation of cranial nerves. As a result, the long-term function of the facial nerve continues to improve after removal of acoustic neuroma. Herein, we report our long-term (1 year or greater) facial nerve… (More)

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