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Acoustic neuroma surgery vs radiation

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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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suggested to undergo surgery and no medicines were prescribed. We then took a second opinion from another ... could have 50% chances to survive after surgery and moreover he said after surgery the patient may ...

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HEADACHES RESULTING FROM NERVE DAMAGE AFTER ACOUSTIC NEUROMA SURGERY. ONE YEAR AFTER SURGERY HAD ... SURGERY AND ARE TWISTED IN MESH IMBEDDED IN HEAD. UNFORTUNATELY THERE HAS BEEN NO RELIEF OF HEADACHES FROM ...

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Can medical Marijuana stop the growth of an Acoustic Neuroma & therefore improve hearing & tinnitus ? As i have one that is mid size & i dont know if i should go ahead with a surgery or radiotherapy since ...

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Hi, My husband had an acoustic neuroma removal about 2 mths ago. He is now very irritable and gets very frustrated. My sister also had brain surgery about 10 years ago and went thru the same issues. Her ...

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Female, 56, recovering from Acoustic neuroma surgery, piece of tumor left on nerve for future radiation treatment. Surgery was in may, 2016. At first all was well but now when she wakes up she is fine ...

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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 acoustic neuroma. my surgeon opted to slice 2 nerves because of the location of tumor. after surgery the dr. stated everything was compromised. later finding out only one nerve was cut and i have 30 ...

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surgery after radiotreatment of AN is very difficult and likely to result in facial palsy. We would ...

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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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Recently I underwent surgery to have an accoustic neuroma removed. About 2 hours in to surgery, my ... revisit the surgery at some point in the near future? ...

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I m healthy - active 70 yr old female, I had acoustic neuroma surgical removed (R side) Jan. 08, with a f/u MRI in 6 mo which was negative. For the pass several yr s I ve had pain ( sharp - shooting ...

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. It started almost a year to the day after the surgery, and seems to get worse daily. Metallic and foul taste ...

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I have been diagonized with Acoustic Neuroma and I have been treated with Steriostatic Radio-surgery. I was on steroids Decdran and Medral for nearly three months. i had stopped steroids some 14 days ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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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.