□ Discuss the management of a 30-year-old lady presenting with tinnitus in whom an MRI scan revealed a 2-cm acoustic neuroma.
□ A 13-year-old girl presented with dizzy turns and life-long facial asymmetry. An MRI scan of the brain demonstrated bilateral intracanalicular acoustic neuromas, a 2.5-cm trigeminal neuroma, a 1-cm intraventricular tumor and a 1-cm cervico-medullary menin-gioma. Discuss the management of the child and her family.
□ Describe the anatomical basis for the features of a complete facial nerve palsy.
□ Describe the management of a patient with a House Grade IV facial nerve palsy after acoustic neuroma excision.
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