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Acoustic Neuroma Hearing Loss
Hearing loss, or hearing impairment, is a partial or total loss of the ability to hear and can affect one or both ears. Causes of hearing loss include noise, genetics, aging, infections, or trauma. Hearing loss may be temporary or permanent. Most causes of hearing loss are correctable or treatable. Sufferers should consult ...Read more
What kinds of things cause unilateral tinnitus (had this for years) and asymmetrical hearing loss? Causes other than acoustic neuroma?
I have unilateral tinnitus from about 4 months, feel a little unsteady sometimes. no hearing loss. Worried abt Acoustic neuroma , is it common?
No, but.....: Acoustic neuroma isn't common but it happens and it is serious. Your symptoms are worrisome. In any case you need to see a doctor about your symptoms. You can start with a primary care physician who will refer you to the appropriate specialist for further evaluation. Please don't procrastinate! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Minor hearing loss, occasional dizziness and constant tinnitus.. But i'm only 21. I'm having an mri. Is an acoustic neuroma possible at my age?
Is an acoustic neuroma always the cause of high frequency hearing loss in one ear only with tinnitus, in 19yr old?
You removed acoustic neuroma July 2005. Your partner installed VP shunt approx. 1 wk later. Recently experiencing cyclic hearing loss (best upon waking decreasing thru day) increasing sensation of pressure in ears and head especially face and around ey
Dx w/ SSHL after 7days of Low tone hearing loss/tinnitus -no vertigo. On predinsone. Saw neuro, did exam and BAER both normal. Wants MRI. Chances I have brain tumor or acoustic neuroma? So scared.
Symptoms of acoustic neuroma . If you lose hearing as one of the symptoms, and if now you can hear a ring tone. Is it still acoustic neuromas?
ENT said not labyrinthitis, hearing test monday, muffled hearing in my left ear, super scared it's acoustic neuroma. All symptoms except numbness.
Asymmetric hearing: Asymmetric hearing may be due to multiple etiologies: infectious, Meniere's, membrane rupture, autoimmune, medication, tumor. An audiogram followed by an ABR (auditory brainstem response) with asymmetry is reasonable. An MRI may be warranted pending evaluation also. Acoustic neuromas are rare even with the associated symptoms however should be evaluated. ...Read more
Usually not: Recurrence usually means some tumor was left behind and not removed from the first surgery. This can occur if a lot was left behind (macroscopic residual, recurrence more frequent), or even a tiny amount was left behind (microscopic residual, recurrence less frequent). Malignant acoustics are extremely rare and most often occur after prior radiation treatment for a benign acoustic neuroma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acoustic neuroma is a benign, noncancerous tumor that grows at the base of the brain. The most common symptom is hearing loss, often noticed on the telephone. Hearing tests and MRI are used for diagnosis. Treatment can include surgery or highly focused radiation ...Read more
A neuroma is a painful condition in which there is a swelling of a nerve that is usually caused by trauma or compression. It usually develops on the ball of the foot or between the third and fourth toes, and occurs more often in women. Common symptoms include tingling, ...Read more
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