Aneurysm of the anterior inferior cerebellar artery at the internal auditory meatus

Surgical Neurology
K NakagawaK Matsuoka


An aneurysm of the anterior inferior cerebellar artery extending into the internal auditory meatus is reported. The patient developed headache and vomiting caused by a subarachnoid hemorrhage, and rapidly showed signs and symptoms of a lesion in the cerebellopontine angle soon after the onset. At operation, a clip was successfully applied to the neck of the aneurysm. The characteristic clinical findings are briefly reviewed.


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