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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?

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Dr. Neil Giddings
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

The most common presenting symptom for acoustic neuroma is tinnitus or a noise in the ear.
Even with loss of hearing it is still possible to have tinnitus.

In brief: Yes

The most common presenting symptom for acoustic neuroma is tinnitus or a noise in the ear.
Even with loss of hearing it is still possible to have tinnitus.
Dr. Neil Giddings
Dr. Neil Giddings
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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology

In brief: ATT into the act!

Hearing loss is a primary symptom of acoustic neuroma, even at very small size, though may not appear until late in disease also.
Tinnitus ("ringing" in the ear) is exceedingly common. But to hear a ring tone suggests your cellular provider has implanted something in your ear. Musical tinnitus is a function of temporal lobe disease, not acoustic tumors.

In brief: ATT into the act!

Hearing loss is a primary symptom of acoustic neuroma, even at very small size, though may not appear until late in disease also.
Tinnitus ("ringing" in the ear) is exceedingly common. But to hear a ring tone suggests your cellular provider has implanted something in your ear. Musical tinnitus is a function of temporal lobe disease, not acoustic tumors.
Dr. Edward Smith
Dr. Edward Smith
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