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Acoustic Neuroma Explained

Hearing loss, ringing of the ears and dizziness are common complaints that are usually due to common causes. Occasionally, however, these symptoms may be due to a benign tumor that grows between the inner ear and the brain.

The most common inner ear tumor is an acoustic neuroma which originates on the hearing and balance nerves. It begins its growth within the inner ear but eventually grows in towards the brain. Although it is benign, it can cause serious problems for nerves, brain and life due to its size and location among vital structures.

Acoustic Neuroma Explained

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