Correlation of clinical and imaging findings offer the most important clues in the diagnosis of such unusual primary malignant tumors of the CPA. A history of rapid onset of audiovestibular symptoms, presence of facial palsy, and shortening of T1 and T2 relaxation times on magnetic resonance imaging scans should arouse the clinician's suspicions.
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