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What are the complications of radiosurgery for acoustic neuromas?

Isaac Yang, MD
Neurosurgery
People can get complications from radiosurgery for acoustic neuromas. The cranial neuropathies that one can get are trigeminal neuropathies and facial palsy. But these are quite rare, occurring in only about 2-3% of cases.

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