Collision Tumour of Cerebellopontine Angle in a Patient with
Case Report

A 54-year-old male with no past personal or familial medical history, presented a 1-year complaint of unilateral vertigo, headache and a 3-month difficulty for swallowing and face numbness. Patient was referred to Neurosurgery outpatients service after investigation in a private practice and on Physical examination at admission presented: alert and oriented, no gait disorders, a grade IV left hemiparesis and a cranial nerves (CN) syndrome as follows: right V1-V3 hypoesthesia; right VII cranial nerve palsy (House–Brackman 2); right VIII(hypoacusia), IX(decreased right gag reflex), XII(tongue deviation and atrophy)...

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