Temporal bone pathology in intracochlear schwannoma with profound hearing loss.

Abstract

Intracochlear schwannoma was found in the temporal bone of a 85-year-old man in whom audiometric study, 26 days before death, had shown total deafness in the left ear. The tumor occupied the entire lumen of the cochlea in the basal turn involved Rosenthal's canal, but it occupied only the scala tympani in the second turn. Intralabyrinthine schwannomas are… (More)

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@article{Ohtani1990TemporalBP, title={Temporal bone pathology in intracochlear schwannoma with profound hearing loss.}, author={Iwao Ohtani and Chie Suzuki and Tatsuya Aikawa}, journal={Auris, nasus, larynx}, year={1990}, volume={17 1}, pages={17-22} }