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Ten patients (5 male, 5 female) with acoustic neurinoma underwent stereotactic radiosurgery with a gamma unit. Their ages ranged from 29 to 68 years (mean, 52 years). The follow-up periods were 20 to 38 months (mean, 26 months). The doses delivered to the tumor were 9.9 to 13.5 Gy at the periphery and 17 to 30 Gy at the center. Neuroimaging studies showed that 6 tumors became smaller, 3 were unchanged, and 1 was larger. Severe complications such as hydrocephalus were not seen. Hearing wasdoi:10.3757/jser.54.264 fatcat:ohz2omfbgffthgnp3tyr7mjwge