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Acoustic Reflectometry Normal
Sound wave: The device sends out a sound that bounces off the eardrum and then measures the eardrum's mobility. Normal movement generates "greater than 120". If there is fluid behind the drum dampening the movement the number can be as low as 40. It's a quick and easy measurement of middle ear fluid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The device sends out a sound that bounces off the eardrum and then measures the eardrum's mobility. Normal movement generates "greater than 120". If there is fluid behind the drum dampening the movement the number can be as low as 40. It's a quick and easy measurement ...Read more
Would a Brain MRI detect an acoustic neuroma? I have NF1. But have some on the symptoms of an acoustic neuroma. MRI was normal.
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.
Sensorineural hearing loss be from acoustic trauma that ended four years ago from military occupation of 4yrs 9 mnth or meiners disease, also have vertigo, tinnitus, nausea, headaches, occular migraines. mri and eeg normal.
This question: isn't medical in nature. I am not sure you are on the best website for this type of recommendation. ...Read more
Imaging w CT/MRI : See link via epocrates, you need to see your doctor for a work up, in my 30 yrs I have only seen a hand full; https://online.Epocrates.Com/u/2934731/acoustic+neuroma. ...Read more
Brain tumor: An acoustic neuroma is an benign tumor of the auditory nerve, located in the auditory canal. They are relatively rare. Early symptoms include hearing loss, ringing in the ears, and vertigo. These tumors grow very slowly, and are treated with surgery or with radiation only if hearing is affected. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cranial nerve tumor: This is a tumor which occurs on one of the nerves which exit the brainstem within the skull. The treatment is determined by the size of the tumor and the symptoms it is causing. Treatment options are conservative management (watching with serial mris), surgical removal or radiosurgery (radiation therapy). Small, asymptomatic acoustic tumors are often observed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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