Schwannomas of Uncommon Peripheral Locations: Analysis of Imaging Findings of 21 Cases.

GÖKASLAN Ç. Ö., Toprak U., Demirel E., Erdim C., Yardimci A. H., Turan C. B.

Current medical imaging reviews, vol.15, no.6, pp.578-584, 2019 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier identifier


Background: Schwannomas are benign slow-growing tumors most often associated with the cranial nerves. Schwannomas often originate from the eighth cranial nerve. They may also originate from the peripheral nervous system of the neck and extremities. However extracranial peripheral schwannomas are considered a rare entity.