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n. siringobulbia, presencia de cavidades en la médula oblongata.
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The pathogenesis of secondary FMS can be clarified by using neurological examination methods and auxiliary strategies, including tumors in the cerebellopontine angle, inflammation, arterial aneurysm, brainstem encephalitis, syringobulbia, craniocerebral injury and symptoms of later-stage facial nerve paralysis.6
Brainstem Multiple sclerosis Mass lesion: tumor, cavernous malformation Infection including herpes Infarct Syringobulbia Cisternal space and Neurovascular conflict (the most common cause Meckel's cave of trigeminal neuralgia) Mass in the cisterns: schwannoma, meningioma, epidermoid Leptomeningeal process: carcinomatosis, lymphoma, leukemia, sarcoidosis, meningitis Skull base mass: chordoma, chondrosarcoma, multiple myeloma, osseous metastasis Gradenigo syndrome Cavernous sinus Neoplasms: schwannoma, meningioma, pituitary macroadenoma, lymphoma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, metastatic disease Tolosa-Hunt syndrome Infection Carotid-cavernous aneurysm/fistula Extracranial space Perineural spread of head and neck neoplasm Peripheral nerve sheath tumor
Other possibilities considered were Guillain-Barre syndrome, vascular insults, posterior fossa tumors, syringobulbia and inflammatory diseases affecting brainstem nuclei.