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Dear Dr. Undergone Vestibular Schwanomma/ Acoustic Neuroma surgery in Feb 2017. Please help me with prognosis? is it require lifetime treatment? Will this condition recur? What is future complications? ...

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Query for Dr. Darushi Saghafi, I kindly need your opinion and advise Dear Sir, I am Mrs. XXXXXXX from Pondicherry, XXXXXXX I am writing this in regard of my mother, Mrs. XXXXXXX XXXXXXX who is 54 yr old. My Mom is being diagnosed as Brain tumor on...

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dysfunction (I fly a lot ) or the worst case scenario, an acoustic neuroma . Doesn't think its anything ...

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Hello. I have ringing in my left ear for 5 days now. I woke up one morning with it. My GP gave me medrol so I'm using that now but am worried if I have acoustic neuroma or M disease since it's only ...

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Public Forum Discussions

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Hello Doctor, My Husband is affected by Acoustic neuroma .Doctor advicd us to go for surgeory.If we do the surgeory he will lost his hearing totally.so we are lokking for some good device which ...

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Hi I am 49 years old. I was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma in September 2014, measuring 2 cm ... an acoustic neuroma as it originates from the internal acoustic canal. An interesting finding ...

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My friend underwent a right retromastoid suboccipital craniectomy for right acoustic neuroma in Jan ... which have been improving since March 2010. DX: Residual right Acoustic Neuroma. I ve attached ...

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of my scan, I think he had written me off before he saw the results. I think it might be acoustic neuroma or a cyst. I suffer from daily headaches, nausea, vertigo/dizziness and ocassional tinnitus aswell ...

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hello! I am 28 years old female. 6 months after second birth i was diagnosed with acoustic neuroma after episode of severe vertigo and hearing pulse in my right ear. It is 1.2 x 0,6 cm, intracanalicular ...

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I typed my query a few minutes ago, but now it appears that I might have typed it in the wrong dialogue box. It s about recent diagnosis of possible acoustic neuroma and possible MS in a 67 year old ...

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Hi Dr. Pravar. My daugther s Acoustic neurinoma was discovered at the age of 22 in year 2001 at a size of 2.5x3.5 cm, was partially removed with microsurgery. The operation was successful, her facial nerve did not get paralyzed (her hearing was...

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My father aged 78 had a surgery of acoustic neuroma in July 2014. Before the surgery he faced some problem of partial seizures. However post surgery no seizures happened. As advised by doctor he is taking ...

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i have a smalll acustic neroma ,sometimes i get so dizzy i cant even walk ,the spell last from a week to as short as a day. My DR. say radial knife is not going to help with the spells,it has to be surgicaly removed to stop the spells.. Is there...

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I m post acoustic neuroma. Lost hearing via craniotomy on the left side There still seems a lot of noise (not sound, tinnitus etc) associated with that side of the head. Will this settle down ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Dear patient, sorry i can't give you any other answer but cannabis will not have any effect on acoustic neuroma. Hope this is helping you , if you have any clarificatons you can get back to me, if this was helpful please kindly rate my answer. Best regards

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Hello , vestibular neuritis is generally not picked up on a mri scan and slight prominence of the nerve can just be a normal finding , before i can tell you the diagnosis i would ned to know your complaints and all the test results. thanks

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HI. Acoustic neuroma is not a dangerous disorder. With the recent advances in Medical science and safe anesthesia and advance surgical techniques, there is nothing to worry about much. She will be fine . You will not loose her, I promise.