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What does pulsating tinnitus upon standing and walking along with pain in the ear and lower jaw indicate ?

Unilateral pulsatile tinnitus left ear, diagnosed Carotid artery mra normal Brain mri w/o contrast normal Circle of willis mra normal Pulsatile tinnitus happens upon standing and walking, as well as straining. Pain in left ear, and down jaw line What could this be?
Asked On : Mon, 27 Feb 2012
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There can be many causes of unilateral tinnitus. Though pulsatile quality is not very common. It is good and important that causes vascular causes for tinnitus have been ruled out in your case. Anybody will categorise causes of tinnitus as those originating in external, middle or internal ear. It can be s simple as wax to something as complicated as brain aneurysms. There are uncommon causes like Meniere's disease, which will usually have prominent vertigo in most cases. It is best to go in for a detailed otoscopic examination and audiometric tests, which will help accurate diagnosis and thus treatment in your case.

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Answered: Tue, 28 Feb 2012
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