A 32-year-old male asked:
What are the symptoms of acoustic neuroma?
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Internal Medicine 42 years experience
The symptoms of Acoustic neuroma include:: Difficulty swallowing, Double vision, Facial muscle weakness, Facial numbness, Headache, Hearing loss, Hydrocephalus, Nystagmus, Papilledema, Raised intracranial pressure, Ringing in ears, Vertigo, Loss of balance, Gait instability, Diminished taste.
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Last updated Jun 1, 2016
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