Acoustic Neuroma Definition Terminology Encyclopedia Online
An Acoustic Neuroma is a benign tumor that can affect the balance and hearing nerves behind the inner ear.
Acoustic Neuromas are benign tumors that arise from the cochleovestibular (hearing and balance) nerve.
Glomus tumors are also known as temporal bone paragangliomas.
Common questions regarding Acoustic Neuromas
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Acoustic Neuromas are a rare cause of unilateral hearing loss, dizziness, as well as rarely other symptoms related to the brain.
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Initial symptoms of Acoustic Neuroma are difficult to distinguish from more common medical problems.