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Tinnitis vertigo facial swelling

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The hearing loss may be noticed as a diminished ability to understand spoken words, particularly in difficult listening conditions as with telephone use. Although hearing loss with diminished speech understanding is relatively common in older individuals Tinnitis vertigo facial swelling both ears affected, the hearing loss and reduced clarity that is more pronounced in one ear should prompt an evaluation by your doctor.

With acoustic neuroma, hearing loss is often accompanied by ringing in on ear-- "tinnitus".

The hearing loss is usually subtle and worsens very slowly over a period of time. Some patients may experience a sense of fullness in the affected ear.

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Unfortunately, since hearing loss is often mild and there is no pain, there may be a delay in seeking medical attention. The audiogram is a very sensitive test for hearing. Pressure applied to the nerve trunk may desynchronize or stagger impulses within individual fibers within the nerve, thereby disrupting the clarity of sound. Impairment of the blood supply to the nerve or inner ear may also play a role.

In the majority of patients, hearing loss progresses gradually over many years, eventually leading to total deafness in the ear on the side of the tumor. The loss is usually unilateral, or asymmetric, and mainly involves the higher frequencies of Tinnitis vertigo facial swelling.

Characteristically, Tinnitis vertigo facial swelling discrimination is affected more than the pure tone hearing loss pure tone average. Other forms of hearing loss are relatively frequent.