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Figure 19 (A and B): (A) One another patient of NF2: Bilateral vestibular schwannomas (a and b), bilateral trigeminal nerve schwannomas extending to cavernous sinuses (a and b), right hypoglossal nerve (d) and left upper cervical (c) schwannomas are seen. No biopsy is done. Symptomatic lesions treated with radiosurgery. (B) Same patient with NF2: Numerous spinal nerve root schwannomas are seen in the cervical, dorsal and lumbosacral spine. Schwannoma is also seen in the subcutaneous plane of the posterior lower chest wall (d). Intra medullary ependymoma (arrow in a) is also seen in the cervical cord at C1 level. No biopsy was done. Symptomatic lesions were treated with radiosurgery

Figure 19 (A and B): (A) One another patient of NF2: Bilateral vestibular schwannomas (a and b), bilateral trigeminal nerve schwannomas extending to cavernous sinuses (a and b), right hypoglossal nerve (d) and left upper cervical (c) schwannomas are seen. No biopsy is done. Symptomatic lesions treated with radiosurgery. (B) Same patient with NF2: Numerous spinal nerve root schwannomas are seen in the cervical, dorsal and lumbosacral spine. Schwannoma is also seen in the subcutaneous plane of the posterior lower chest wall (d). Intra medullary ependymoma (arrow in a) is also seen in the cervical cord at C1 level. No biopsy was done. Symptomatic lesions were treated with radiosurgery