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Tumor Growth and Hearing Changes in the Natural Progress of Vestibular Schwannoma

Lee SJ, Lee YJ, Kim BG, Lee CK, Lee BD, Lee JD

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Vestibular schwannoma is a benign neoplasm originating from the vestibular nerve, and the most common symptom caused by the tumor is unilateral hearing loss. This study is...
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Maximum diameter versus volumetric assessment for the response evaluation of vestibular schwannomas receiving stereotactic radiotherapy

Choi Y, Kim S, Kwak DW, Lee HS, Kang MK, Lee DK, Hur WJ

PURPOSE: To explore the feasibility of maximum diameter as a response assessment method for vestibular schwannomas (VS) after stereotactic radiosurgery or fractionated stereotactic radiotherapy (RT), we analyzed the concordance of...
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Relationship of Vertigo and Postural Instability in Patients With Vestibular Schwannoma

Nam GS, Jung CM, Kim JH, Son EJ

OBJECTIVES: Growth of vestibular schwannomas (VS) causes progressive vestibular symptoms and postural instability. Since the tumor grows slowly, compensation of decaying vestibular input may decrease subjective symptoms of dizziness. This...
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Clinical Feasibility of Suppression Head Impulse Test in Vestibulopathy Patients

Kang YJ, Jun BC, Cho YS, Lim JH, Kim DY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The suppression head impulse (SHIMP) test has emerged as one of the new vestibular function tests. The SHIMP test is an analysis of anti-compensatory saccadic movements in...
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Morbidity Rate of the Retrosigmoid versus Translabyrinthine Approach for Vestibular Schwannoma Resection

Obaid S, Nikolaidis I, Alzahrani , Moumdjian , Saliba I

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Controversy related to the choice of surgical approach for vestibular schwannoma (VS) resection remains. Whether the retrosigmoid (RS) or translabyrinthine (TL) approach should be performed is a...
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Retroperitoneal Schwannoma Mimicking an Adrenal Mass

Lee YK, Yoo JS, Han JW, Jin SJ, Park JS, Koo JS, Yoon DS

A schwannoma is a benign neoplasm originating from the Schwann cells of the neural sheath. The most common type of benign schwannomas is the acoustic neuroma presenting with deafness. We...
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Long-Term Results of CyberKnife Radiosurgery for Vestibular Schwannoma

Lee HJ, Yim CD, Park HW, Hur DG, Jeong HJ, Ahn SK

OBJECTIVE: Since the 2000s, CyberKnife radiosurgery (CKRS) is either a primary or an adjunct management approach used to treat patients with vestibular schwannoma (VS). The goals of CKRS are prevention...
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Influencing Factors Analysis of Facial Nerve Function after the Microsurgical Resection of Acoustic Neuroma

Hong W, Cheng H, Wang X, Feng C

OBJECTIVE: To explore and analyze the influencing factors of facial nerve function retainment after microsurgery resection of acoustic neurinoma. METHODS: Retrospective analysis of our hospital 105 acoustic neuroma cases from October,...
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Genetic and clinical characteristics of Korean patients with neurofibromatosis type 2

Kim HJ, Seo GH, Kim YM, Kim GH, Seo EJ, Ra YS, Choi JH, Yoo HW, Lee BH

PURPOSE: Neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) is characterized by multiple tumors, including vestibular schwannoma (VS) and others affecting cranial and peripheral nerves. NF2 is caused by mutation of the NF2 gene....
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A Case of Recurrent Vertigo in Vestibular Schwannoma Treated with Chemical Labyrinthectomy

Lee SJ, Lee ES, Kim BG, Lee JD

Vestibular schwannoma (VS) can have various symptoms and almost half of the patients have balance problems. Some patients with VS can suffer from recurrent vertigo mimicking Meniere's disease. We present...
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Risk Factors of Acoustic Neuroma: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Chen M, Fan Z, Zheng X, Cao F, Wang L

PURPOSE: Many epidemiological studies have investigated environmental risk factors for the development of acoustic neuroma. However, these results are controversial. We conducted a meta-analysis of case-control studies to identify any...
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The Difference of Clinical Symptoms and Audiovestibular Function between Intrameatal and Extrameatal Acoustic Neuroma

Lee JY, Lee SA, Lee SK, Kim JT, Park SB, Kim BG, Lee JD

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Various hearing tests and vestibular function tests are used to diagnose acoustic neuroma. We analyzed the clinical characteristics and the results of audiovestibular function tests between patients...
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Right Cerebellopontine Angle Tumor Localized by Blink Reflex Abnormality

Chae SH, Shin JH, Sung SK, Kim DS

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Simultaneous Translabyrinthine Tumor Removal and Cochlear Implantation in Vestibular Schwannoma Patients

Kim JW, Han JH, Kim JW, Moon IS

Refinement of surgical techniques has allowed hearing preservation after tumor resection to be prioritized. Moreover, restoration of hearing after tumor removal can be attempted in patients with bilateral vestibular schwannomas...
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Bilaterally Abnormal Head Impulse Tests Indicate a Large Cerebellopontine Angle Tumor

Kim HJ, Park SH, Kim JS, Koo JW, Kim CY, Kim YH, Han JH

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Tumors involving the cerebellopontine angle (CPA) pose a diagnostic challenge due to their diverse manifestations. Head impulse tests (HITs) have been used to evaluate vestibular function, but...
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A Case of Cochlear Implantation in Neurofibromatosis Type II

Oh SJ, Park JH, Yi KI, Goh EK

Patients with neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF2) develop bilateral vestibular schwannomas that can cause binaural progressive hearing loss in most individuals. Auditory rehabilitation for bilateral profound sensorineural hearing loss in patients...
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Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Causes and Hearing Rehabilitation

Baek MJ

Sensorineural hearing loss is one of the most common chronic clinical disorders that we can easily encounter. The etiology of sensorineural hearing loss is multifactorial: congenital, idiopathic, traumatic, noise-induced, head...
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Vestibular Schwannoma Atypically Invading Temporal Bone

Park SJ, Yang NR, Seo EK

Vestibular schwannoma (VS) usually present the widening of internal auditory canal (IAC), and these bony changes are typically limited to IAC, not extend to temporal bone. Temporal bone invasion by...
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A Case of Sudden Deafness with Intralabyrinthine Hemorrhage Intralabyrinthine Hemorrhage and Sudden Deafness

Park JJ, Jeong SW, Lee JW, Han SJ

Sudden hearing deterioration may occur in our population, but it is difficult to explain the exact pathophysiology and the cause. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL)...
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Multiple Lower Extremity Mononeuropathies by Segmental Schwannomatosis: A Case Report

Kwon NY, Oh HM, Ko YJ

Schwannoma is an encapsulated nerve sheath tumor that is distinct from neurofibromatosis. It is defined as the occurrence of multiple schwannomas without any bilateral vestibular schwannomas. A 46-year-old man with...
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