Medical Definition of Cerebellopontine angle syndrome

1. 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. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerebellopontine Angle Syndrome

cerebellar vein
cerebellar veins
cerebellin
cerebellitis
cerebello-
cerebello-olivary
cerebellocortical
cerebellohypothalamic fibres
cerebellolental
cerebellomedullary
cerebellomedullary cistern
cerebellomedullary malformation syndrome
cerebellopontile angle
cerebellopontine
cerebellopontine angle
cerebellopontine angle syndrome (current term)
cerebellopontine angle tumour
cerebellopontine cisternography
cerebellopontine recess
cerebellorubral
cerebellorubral tract
cerebellospinal fibres
cerebellothalamic tract
cerebellothalamocortical
cerebellum
cerebellums
cerebr-
cerebra
cerebral
cerebral agraphia

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