Growth Rate of Vestibular Schwannoma – What the Literature Tells Us

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The natural history of a sporadic Vestibular Schwannoma (VS) continues to be a mystery. It may be that initial tumour size1 and positive growth in the first year of observation2–5 relates to subsequent tumour growth. But in a majority of studies, no predictive factors are identified. To confuse matters further, the growth pattern of this tumour may vary with time.5,6

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