Cerebellopontine angle syndrome

Cerebellopontine angle syndrome

(Science: syndrome) a syndrome due most commonly to an acoustic tumour in the region between the cerebellum and pons, and marked by ataxia, nystagmus, tinnitus, deafness, disturbances of labyrinth function, and involvement of any of the cranial nerves, fifth, sixth, seventh, ninth, or tenth.

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