• MRI scans can usually provide the surgeon with an accurate pre-treatment diagnosis for lesions in the CPA.
• Microsurgical excision, stereotactic radiosurgery and a "watch, wait and re-scan" policy all have merits in different patients with CPA lesions.
• Attention to detail, coupled with operator experience, minimize surgical complications.
• A multi-faceted-team approach is required to manage post-operative cranial nerve palsies optimally.
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