Schwannoma (Neurilemmoma) and Neurofibroma
Schwannomas and neurofibromas are slow-growing, benign nerve sheath tumors that arise either eccentrically from peripheral myelin-producing cells or centrally from intraneural support cells, respectively. When located in deep tissues, they often have a distinctive MRI appearance. Small, asymptomatic lesions can be observed. Excision of symptomatic tumors is easier for schwannomas, due to their eccentric origin.
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