Differential Diagnosis of Cerebellopontine Angle lesions. By: Nour-Eldin A Mohammed Referrence:Stephan Chapman 2003. Cerebellopontine Angle. Extra-axial area lateral to the prepontine cistern containing CSF, arachnoid tissue, cranial nerves and their associated vessels. Borders
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Differential Diagnosis of Cerebellopontine Angle lesions
Nour-Eldin A Mohammed
Referrence:Stephan Chapman 2003
Enlongation and dilitation of the vertebrobasilar artery.
Symptomas : Facial spasm, trigeminal neuralgia
2. AICA loop
May loop over, under, or between CN VII & CN VIII.
Symptoms - vertigo
3. Giant Aneurysms
5. Paragangliomas (may extend to CPA)
Anterior inferior cerebellar artery Giant aneurysm