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Disappearing recurrent acoustic neuroma in an elderly woman.Academic Article Why?
Hearing in static unilateral vestibular schwannoma declines more than in the contralateral ear.Academic Article Why?
Ipsilateral Cochlear Implantation in the Presence of Observed and Irradiated Vestibular Schwannomas.Academic Article Why?
Postoperative imaging of vestibular schwannomas.Academic Article Why?
Determining benchmarks in hearing preservation surgery for vestibular schwannoma.Academic Article Why?
Neuroma, AcousticConcept Why?
Multicenter, Prospective, Phase II and Biomarker Study of High-Dose Bevacizumab as Induction Therapy in Patients With Neurofibromatosis Type 2 and Progressive Vestibular Schwannoma.Academic Article Why?
The preservation of hearing and facial nerve function in a consecutive series of unilateral vestibular nerve schwannoma surgical patients (acoustic neuroma).Academic Article Why?
Hearing preservation in the resection of vestibular schwannomas: patterns of hearing preservation and patient-assessed hearing function.Academic Article Why?
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Localizing value of optokinetic afternystagmus.Academic Article Why?
The dilemma of early postoperative magnetic resonance imaging: when efficiency compromises accuracy: case report.Academic Article Why?
Velocity storage in labyrinthine disorders.Academic Article Why?
Neurosurgery Concepts: Key perspectives on C2 nerve root transection following C1 lateral mass screw fixation, choroid plexus cauterization in infants with hydrocephalus, quality of life following treatment of vestibular schwannoma, dynamic magnetic resonance imaging for glioblastoma pseudoprogression, cost-utility analysis of lumbar spinal stenosis treatment.Academic Article Why?
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