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297 Possible Causes for Anosmia, Ear Fullness, MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal, Tinnitus

  • Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

    Symptoms & Diagnosis The most common symptoms of nasopharyngeal carcinoma include: Nasal bleeding, obstruction or discharge Ear symptoms, including infection, tinnitus or[] My lungs were clear and ear felt full. The feeling was similar to when you fly on an airplane with constant ear popping.[] Actual presentation is often delayed until more sinister signs are evident, including nodal masses in the neck (most common), cranial nerve palsies, tinnitus , headache, or[] Common presenting signs and symptoms include: Painless neck mass Nasal congestion Epistaxis Unilateral hearing loss Unilateral ear pressure/fullness Headache Evaluation: Because[]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    C1564 Tonsillar_nodules C1630 Vertigo (also use Otitis- Menierers- and see General antiseptic freqs) C1631 Vertigo_TR VEG2 Canker Sore (v) U23 angina (quinsy in swat) U26 anosmia[] […] form of background/white noise otherwise my tinnitus becomes very unpleasant and seems to amplify my other symptoms.[] The most common symptoms reported preoperatively were voice autophony (96%), breathing autophony (91%), and ear fullness (83%).[] But, patients with PET suffer from ear fullness, autophony, hearing their own breathing, and etc.[]

    Missing: MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal
  • Meningeal Carcinomatosis

    These patterns include unilateral hearing loss associated with tinnitus, unilateral hearing loss rapidly progressing to severe bilateral involvement, audiologic and caloric[] He had a right relative afferent pupil defect, full extraocular movements, and profound hearing loss in both ears.[] A contrast-enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan of the brain was obtained and revealed abnormal enhancement between the cerebellar folia, consistent with meningeal[] MC also destroys blood brain barrier, in fact the majority of patients shows dural abnormal reinforcement such as nodositas, line type and mixed type.[]

  • Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

    […] zaburzenia koordynacji ( bezład ), zwiększenie wrażliwości na bodźce skórne (przeczulica), zwiększenie napięcia mięśni it Molto rare: parosmia (alterazioni dell olfatto), anosmia[] Patients without pulsatile tinnitus were excluded.[] Evidences suggest that ICP is transmitted to inner ear.[] Imaging tests Your doctor may perform a CT or MRI scan of your brain to look for signs of spinal fluid pressure.[]

  • Sinusitis

    Symptoms of acute sinusitis include increased pressure in the sinuses, anosmia (loss of smell), worsening of nasal congestion, thick discolored nasal discharge, fatigue, development[] Our group's expertise also covers voice and swallowing disorders (hoarseness, acid reflux, swallowing difficulty), hearing and equilibrium disorders (hearing loss, tinnitus[] […] pressure or fullness Three or more episodes or symptoms that last for more than 90 days If you suffer from any of the symptoms listed above, you could be a candidate for[] […] or anosmia Headache Fever Halitosis Fatigue Dental pain Cough Ear pain, pressure, fullness Reprinted from Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Vol 117, Donald C.[]

    Missing: MRI Scan of the Brain Abnormal
  • Growth Hormone Deficiency

    An evidently short stature for appropriate age or reduced height velocity over the course of few years and neurological deficits that may point to intracranial lesions (anosmia[] […] fibrillation Iatrogenic acromegaly Benign intracranial hypertension Increase in melanocytic nevi Carpal tunnel syndrome Muscle stiffness Headache Paresthesias Hyperglycemia/IGT Tinnitus[] An MRI scan may reveal a structural abnormality or tumor in the brain. A pulmonary function test may reveal dimished lung respiratory muscle capacity.[] Panel 2: Some developmental defects associated with GHD Optic nerve hypoplasia - a developmental defect of the optic nerve which leads to defective vision Anosmia - loss of[]

    Missing: Ear Fullness
  • Brain Neoplasm

    […] gaze, called Parinaud syndrome, may occur with pineal tumors Tumors of the occipital lobe specifically may produce homonymous hemianopia or partial visual field deficits Anosmia[] An acoustic neuroma may present as intermittent (then progressive) hearing loss, disequilibrium, and tinnitus.[] These let doctors see inside the brain and identify any areas that look abnormal. Although both are painless, they do require children to be still.[] Location - Olfactory Groove and sella (bony space where the pituitary gland is situated) Common Symptoms - Loss of smell (anosmia), subtle personality changes, mild difficulty[]

    Missing: Ear Fullness
  • Olfactory Groove Meningioma

    At the time of diagnosis, anosmia is noted in more than 50% of cases ( Table 27-1 ).[] The symptoms of this tumor include one-sided deafness, often accompanied by noise in the affected ear (tinnitus). The deafness may be gradual or sudden.[] Anosmia and headaches are considered to be the primary signs, but they are often misdiagnosed as sinusitis, migraines or neuralgia.[] The patient had right-sided anosmia.[]

    Missing: Ear Fullness
  • Meningioma

    In contrast, symptoms persisted in 60% of patients with anosmia, sensory changes, or frontal, temporal, or cerebellar symptoms.[] Tinnitus and hearing problems are usual first symptoms of acoustic neuroma.[] Additional features may include headache, seizures, gradual personality changes (apathy and dementia), anosmia, impaired vision, exophthalmos, hearing loss, ataxia, dysmetria[] […] relative to their position, e.g. a tumor in the foramen magnum will produce paraparesis and sphincteric trouble while one in the olfactory groove will produce symptoms like anosmia[]

    Missing: Ear Fullness
  • Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media

    In a multivariate analysis of associated factors in 14,396 participants 19 years of age, hearing threshold, the presence of tinnitus, diabetes, drinking alcohol, residence[] Middle ear mucosa and full blood samples were obtained from 85 patients with chronic suppurative otitis media with and without cholesteatoma.[] MRI of the brain obtained later corroborated the abnormalities detected on the CT scan.[] Tinnitus (Noise in th Ear) A continuous or intermittent noise in the ear can be present. This usually disappears after closure of the perforation by surgery.[]

    Missing: Anosmia

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