Facial Nerve Schwannoma of the Middle Ear

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Facial nerve schwannomas are uncommon tumours which may occur at different sites along the facial nerve. We present a case in which the tumour arose from the middle ear portion of the nerve adjacent to the oval window. The pathology of these lesions and its implications for surgical management are discussed.

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