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This paper represents the second part of the study shown in an accompanying paper, on the results of a semi-structured approach to the psychosocial impact of NF2.The most important areas highlighted by this study and not by an earlier open-ended approach are of communication, balance problems and...
Fractures to the petrous bone are a subject of great clinical interest and are often responsible for a large number of complications. Petrous bone fractures result from cranial injuries and, less frequently, can result from sporting injuries. The authors describe the case of a 55-year-old patient...