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  1. An acoustic neuroma is a slow-growing tumor of the nerve that connects the ear to the brain. This nerve ... behind the ear, right under the brain. An acoustic neuroma is benign. This means that it does not ...
  2. A primary brain tumor is a group (mass) of abnormal cells that start in the brain. ... Primary brain tumors include any tumor that starts ...
  3. ... hearing. The following conditions may affect test results: Acoustic neuroma Acoustic trauma from a very loud or intense ... to help diagnose hearing loss due to an acoustic neuroma.
  4. ... or dizzy (more common with Ménière disease and acoustic neuroma ) Feeling of pressure in the ear (in the ... reversed. Sensorineural hearing loss is commonly caused by: Acoustic neuroma Age-related hearing loss Childhood infections, such as ...
  5. ... a long time Meniere disease Tumor, such as acoustic neuroma Use of certain medicines Working around loud noises ...
  6. ... also be done to diagnose or rule out: Acoustic neuroma (tumor of the acoustic nerve) Benign positional vertigo (a type of dizziness) ...
  7. ... conditions under which the test may be performed: Acoustic neuroma Benign positional vertigo Labyrinthitis Meniere disease
  8. ... nerve that connects the ear to the brain ( acoustic neuroma ) Bleeding in the brain Brain infection Brain tissue ...
  9. ... be a sign of hearing loss , multiple sclerosis , acoustic neuroma , or stroke. Abnormal results may also be due ...
  10. ... nerve that connects the ear to the brain ( acoustic neuroma ) Pituitary tumors Spinal cord tumors Other cancers that ...
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