Facial and vestibulocochlear nerves - normal MRI appearance

Case contributed by Dr Sandeep Bhuta

High resolution T2 images of the posterior fossa shows normal 7th and 8th nerve complexes. Sagittal oblique through the internal auditory meatus demonstrating the normal anatomy of the nerves i.e. facial nerve, cochler nerve, superior vestibular and inferior vestibular nerves (internal auditory canal nerves).

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Normal T2 MRI for reference. 

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rID: 6454
Published: 29th Jun 2009
Last edited: 24th Nov 2019
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