Two Cases of Intratemporal Facial Neurofibroma
Intratemporal facial nerve tumors are relatively uncommon, and early diagnosis is difficult because the tumors grow slowly, giving rise to a variety of symptoms, none of which suggest the diagnosis . In this paper, we report two cases of facial neurofibroma developing within the temporal bone, in which a definite diagnosis was made on the basis of CT and MRI findings.
KeywordsFacial Nerve Facial Palsy Nerve Bundle Horizontal Part Horizontal Portion
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