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Jugulotympanic glomus tumours (JTGT) are highly vascular neoplasms composed of paraganglionic tissue of neural crest origin. Because of the neoplasm’s slow growth potential, any claimed efficacy associated with applied treatment must be supported by long-term effects observed in patients.
This report presents a case of advanced stage JTGT in a 66-year-old woman treated by γ knife radiosurgery (GKRS).
Sustained tumour control with preservation of lower cranial nerve function was observed for more than 10 years after completion of treatment.
GKRS even with large intracranial extension of JTGT in patients may help to achieve long-term disease control with minimal morbidity.
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