Two small facial neurinomas located in the horizontal portion were presented to demonstrate the clinical features, diagnostic evaluation, and surgical treatment. These two cases show the early state of facial neurinoma and suggest the mechanism of facial paralysis by facial neurinoma. Facial nerve decompression is recommended for Bell’s palsy unresponsive to the conservative therapy and recurrent facial palsy.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 1984 Jul|
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