cerebellopontine angle syndrome

cer·e·bel·lo·pon·tine an·gle syn·drome

a syndrome due most commonly to a lesion in the region between the cerebellum and pons that can affect multiple cranial nerves; may be marked by hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, ataxia, or facial weakness.
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Vascular origin of cerebellopontine angle syndrome. HNO 2000; 48(2): 142-6.
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Investigation of patients presenting with cerebellopontine angle syndromes. Neuroradiology 1977; 13(2):65-84.