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The primary sign of an acoustic neuroma is usually a gradual loss of hearing in one ear. Read on to know more.
Acoustic neuroma is not related to infection and does not spread from one person to another. Read on to know more.
Acoustic Neuroma is a rare benign tumor that typically arises from the vestibular portion of the eighth cranial nerve.
Acoustic neuroma often requires watchful waiting and no other treatment, since it does not grow very fast.
It is very difficult to prevent acoustic neuroma, since the cause is unknown, and the inheritance factor cannot be shaken off.
The primary symptom of acoustic neuroma is usually hearing loss, which is progressive in nature. Read on to know more.
Usually, after complete removal of the acoustic neuroma, it does not grow back. Read on to know more.
Selective patients with slow-growing and smaller tumors can be managed conservatively with wait can watch technique.
People with the genetic disorder, neurofibromatosis type 2 may be at risk of developing an acoustic neuroma.
A small proportion of acoustic neuroma tumors have shown signs of spontaneous regression and shrinkage.