volume 27, issue 6, P819-821 2013
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2013.791665
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Abstract: A 47 year old man developed severe headaches after resection of an acoustic neuroma ipsilateral to non dominant venous drainage. CSF pressures were normal but imaging studies showed acquired, severe narrowing of the sigmoid sinus where it traversed the surgical defect. Stenting the sinus gave a lasting clinical improvement.