Case 282

Case 282

Medical History

A 52-year-old male patient sought medical attention with severe throbbing headache and vomiting, with progressive worsening during the last week. He is in treatment for hypertension with losartan 50 mg daily and has a history of unilateral left hearing loss for 8 months. Physical examination: ataxic gait, falls arising from orthostatic position, symmetrical face, hypoesthesia in the left hemiface. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain was requested.

Analyzing the clinical case and the images presented, what is the probable diagnosis?

Test Question

[SEAP/SES-NS, 2014]Considering the imaging investigation of sensorineural hearing loss, mark the correct alternative.