Spinal Nerve Root
A woman in her 30’s with a large cerebellopontine angle (CPA) suspected ependymoma.
This young woman has a C3-C5 spinal tumour. From the scans, it occupies two thirds the spinal canal space.
This young man in his 40s has a large clival meningioma which has been monitored for some years but has recently grown significantly.
This young man in his 20’s has a recurrent spinal tumour.
This lady in her 40’s has a small acoustic schwannoma of about 2cm, but has severe trigeminal pain and a loss of sensation in the side of the face – although she describes it as being the whole face.
This lady has a 3.5cm acoustic schwannoma, presenting with deafness in the affected ear and now with facial pain, but otherwise no observed neurological deficits.
This middle aged man has a 3.5cm acoustic schwannoma and severe ataxia, deaf on the affected side.
7cm tumour in the cerebellopontine angle, showing evidence of a compressed brainstem. The patient has loss of sensation on the affected side in the face, and difficulty in chewing and swallowing.
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