Normal MRI internal auditory canal

Case contributed by Dr Craig Hacking


Recurrent vertigo ? CPA mass

Patient Data

Age: 35-40 years
Gender: Female

The cerebellopontine angles are normal. No mass lesion identified. The internal auditory canals, seventh and eighth cranial nerves and the internal ear structures are unremarkable.

No restricted diffusion. Incidental left posterior temporal lobe developmental venous angioma.

Sebaceous cyst in the left parietal scalp. Remainder of the study is normal.

Case Discussion

Good example of a normal IAC MRI.

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Case information

rID: 41613
Published: 10th Dec 2015
Last edited: 12th May 2019
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