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Metastases to the cerebellopontine angles (CPAs) are rare. Typically, the clinical course is one of rapid onset and progression of crarial nerve deficits. The clinical presentation and course of carcinoma metastatic to the CPAs are reviewed. We report a case of bilateral CPA metastases with a radiographic appearance similar to neurofibromatosis type 2 presenting with rapidly progressive bilateral hearing loss followed by unilateral facial nerve palsy.