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233 Possible Causes for Acoustic Neuroma, Dementia, Dysacusis, Vertigo

  • Meniere's Disease

    The ES from 18 patients with acoustic neuroma were used as controls.[] Clinical history of migraine, episodic vertigo, and Ménière's disease.[] Structural neuroanatomy of tinnitus and hyperacusis in semantic dementia. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 82, 1274–1278.[] The results were compared with those obtained from ES biopsy material from patients with acoustic neuromas.[]

  • Acoustic Neuritis

    Acoustic neuroma, also known as a vestibular schwannoma, is a noncancerous tumor of the vestibulocochlear nerve.[] Vertigo or Dizziness? They do differ slightly. Please view the links below for more information. Vertigo & Dizziness Common Causes What is Vertigo? What is Dizziness?[] Studies have shown that older adults with dementia who take antipsychotics (medications for mental illness) such as prochlorperazine have an increased chance of death during[] Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation type 4 Neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation type 5 Neurodegenerative disease with chorea Neurodegenerative disease with dementia[]

  • Acoustic Neuroma

    The post-surgical recurrence rate of acoustic neuroma is less than 5%.[] We present two subjects with previously undiagnosed acoustic neuromas who complained of vertigo whenever they ran.[] Rotatory vertigo was also experienced in 34 patients (19.1%). Of the 34 patients with cystic lesions, 29.4% (10) had rotatory vertigo.[] The National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference on Acoustic Neuroma brought together neurosurgeons, radiosurgeons, otologists, neurologists, audiologists[]

    Missing: Dementia
  • Multiple Sclerosis

    A 37-year old male presented with vertigo, paranoia, and tremor and had MRI changes suggestive of demyelinating disease.[] […] instrumental activities of daily living (TIADLs) have been useful to bridge between cognitive testing and real-world functioning in disorders such as Alzheimer's disease and other dementias[] […] both with neurological symptoms from the sacral segments, such as weakness of the pelvic floor and bladder and bowel dysfunction, and to other symptoms such as ataxia and vertigo[] With the increasing awareness of cognition dysfunction in MS, molecules such as apolipoprotein and proteins in the amyloid precursor protein pathway implicated in dementia[]

    Missing: Acoustic Neuroma
  • Uveomeningoencephalitic Syndrome

    Inner ear involvement Changes in the inner ear, such as dysacusis, hearing loss and vertigo, have been observed in 70 % of patients, especially during the prodromal stage.[] : (see Neuroma, Acoustic) Schwannoma, Vestibular: (see Neuroma, Acoustic) Schwannomatosis, Plexiform: (see Neurilemmoma: (Neurinoma)) Sciatic Neuralgia: (see Sciatica) Sciatica[] The eye symptoms may be accompanied by a varying constellation of systemic symptoms, such as auditory (tinnitus, vertigo, and hypoacusis), neurological (meningismus, with[] The prodromic stage is characterized by nonspecific symptoms such as fever, headaches, nausea and vertigo, and then by neurologic symptoms such as muscle weakness, hemiparesis[]

  • Brain Neoplasm

    ., meningioma, acoustic neuroma), no further therapy is usually required. • Radiation is useful for certain types of tumors.[] An acoustic neuroma may present as intermittent (then progressive) hearing loss, disequilibrium, and tinnitus.[] neuromas (vestibular schwannomas) : Another, usually benign, type of primary brain tumor that grows within the sheaths of certain types of nerves, specifically the nerve[] […] tumors : A type of primary brain tumor that develops in the pituitary gland, which controls hormone production in many other glands and organs, and can be benign or malignant Acoustic[]

    Missing: Dysacusis
  • Lermoyez Syndrome

    Hearing loss: Fluctuant and progressive Initially : low frequency losses Later : high and low frequency losses Dysacusis: Sounds perceived has an abnormal tinny nature Diplacusis[] Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) imaging is used for excluding anatomical abnormalities and growths, for example, acoustic neuromas.[] He is currently part of the Interdisciplinary Center for Vertigo & Balance Disorders at the University Hospital Zurich.[] These include criteria for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, dementia of Lewy-body type, frontal lobe dementias, chronic fatigue syndrome, and inflammatory neuropathies[]

  • Tinnitus

    Unilateral hearing loss plus tinnitus should increase suspicion for acoustic neuroma.[] She had recently noted the onset of vertigo, tinnitus, and hypersensitivity to sound.[] Background: Tinnitus and dizziness are frequent in old age and often seen as concomitant symptoms in patients with dementia.[] Tinnitus can be associated with hearing loss, acoustic neuromas, drug toxicity, ear diseases, and depression.[]

    Missing: Dysacusis
  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

    Posterior cranial fossa tumours - eg, acoustic neuroma . Brainstem lesions. Herpes zoster oticus (Ramsay Hunt syndrome) . Otosclerosis . Vertebrobasilar insufficiency .[] Furman JM, Cass SP: Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. N Engl J Med 1999, 341 :1590–1596. PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 2.[] OBJECTIVE: We conducted a cohort study to investigate whether benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is correlated with an increased risk of dementia.[] In a small number of patients, the constellation of symptoms may be associated with acoustic neuroma, a benign tumor of the inner ear.[]

    Missing: Dysacusis
  • Sudden Hearing Loss

    Sensorineural hearing loss of sudden onset may be the presenting symptom in up to 14% of patients with acoustic neuroma.[] We defined SHL with vertigo as a vertigo-related diagnosis 30 days from the index SHL event.[] […] and those with severe hearing loss were five times more likely to have developed dementia ( ).[] neuroma.[]

    Missing: Dysacusis

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