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aud 1998, 5(1 And 2): 14-18 Back to browse issues page
Acoustic neurinoma with bilateral audio logical complication a case report
Saeed Farahani
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Many of the CP angle tumors are acoustic neuroma, vestibular schowanoma or 8th nerve tumor. This kind of tumor is benign histologically. Big size ones can cause neurological symptoms such as cerebellar imbalance, edema and cranial nerves dysfunction. Acoustic neuroma is mostly unilateral and audio logical findings manifest a unilateral hearing loss. Although big size tumors can lead to bilateral audio logical symptoms which can affect the findings of hearing assessment. Here, a 31 year-old patient suffering right ear vestibular schowanoma have been reported. changes in left ear pure tone results, acoustic reflex measurements and ABR in addition to hearing loss in the right ear have been demonstrated.

Keywords: Acoustic neurinoma, bilateral audio logical complication, vestibular schowanoma, acoustic reflex measurements
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Type of Study: case report |
Accepted: 2013/08/25 | Published: 2017/09/24
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Volume 5, Issue 1 And 2 (5 1998) Back to browse issues page
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