A 40-year-old male asked:
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Sudden hearing loss (10-15 dbs), pulsating headaches, no visible ear infection, MRI is fine, sensitivity to sound, nausea (no vertigo) - help?

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Dr. Franklyn Gergits
28 years experience in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Sudden ear changes: Hello, this is a case for your local ENT specialist. He/she will review your MRI scan. If the MRI was of your brain, a detailed exam of the temporal bones may be needed as well as a audiogram.
Answered on Dec 7, 2019
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