Intracranial Chondroma Involving the Cerebellopontine Angle

Report of a Case

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Address: Department of Neurosurgery, Hartford Hospital, Hartford 15, Connecticut.

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    Photograph of brain showing chondroma in left cerebellopontine angle. Distortion of brain stem and left cerebellar hemisphere is prominent.

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    Photomicrograph of chondroma composed of characteristic cartilage with chondrocytes in lacunae. More immature cartilage is noted in area above vascular channel. Hematoxylin and eosin, 100×.

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