Vestibular Schwannoma

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This textbook page contains 2 illustrations showing the progression of a vestibular schwannoma (acoutic neuroma).  The first illustration highlights how the schwannoma begins within the internal acoustic meatus. The second illustration contains three stages of growth as the schwannoma grows into the cerebellopontine angle.

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