Research Article| Volume 21, ISSUE 2, P210-212, February 1966

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An auditory neuroma with early oral symptoms

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      A case of auditory neuroma causing disturbed sensation in the trigeminal nerve has been presented. The cerebellopontine syndrome has been discussed and shown to be of diagnostic importance to the dentist.
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