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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Histopathological studies of tumors of the temporal bone are scarce. The authors examined a relatively large number of sectioned human temporal bones in search of small asymptomatic acoustic neurilemmomata and have reported the findings (Leonard and Talbot, 1970). During that search, several other neoplasms were encountered in the internal auditory canal. This report presents a clinical and pathological review of these lesions.
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