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18 Possible Causes for Pineal Gland Cyst, Tinnitus

  • Pineal Gland Cyst

    AIMS: The functional effect of the pineal gland cyst is difficult to evaluate with visual field examination.[] […] symptoms could include headache, unexpected seizures, visual disturbances, memory loss, cognitive decline, muscle fasciculations, nausea, weakness, fatigue, light sensitivity, tinnitus[] Anonymonster Member Tinnitus Since: Fuck knows Cause of Tinnitus: Mdma abuse This is why yyou stay away from mdma.[]

  • Labyrinthine Concussion

    The MRI came back with partially empty sella and a 5 mm pineal gland cyst. They said both were somewhat common and not the cause of my Vertigo.[] […] which occurs following trauma to the head and/or inner ear or can also present without well-defined radiological injury and is characterized by inner ear symptoms such as tinnitus[] The tinnitus remains at pre-concussion levels and is essentially habituated.[]

  • Pineal Gland Dysfunction

    What is pineal gland cyst? A pineal cyst is a fluid-filled mass that can occur in the pineal gland located in the brain. The cause of these cystic masses are not known.[] […] symptoms could include headache, unexpected seizures, visual disturbances, memory loss, cognitive decline, muscle fasciculations, nausea, weakness, fatigue, light sensitivity, tinnitus[] Cyst of the pineal gland in varying degrees affects all of its functions.[]

  • Pineoblastoma

    Overall, 34 patients (8%) manifested pineal gland cyst and 4 (1%) showed pineoblastoma.[] Case Presentation A 16 years old boy presented to the hospital with complaints of headache for 1 year, diplopia for 5 days with associated tinnitus, and decreased hearing[] Characteristics of patients with pineal cysts and pineoblastoma were reviewed. main outcome measures : Comparison of frequency of pineal gland cyst and pineoblastoma in children[]

  • Arachnoid Cyst

    Pineal cysts Cysts in the pineal gland are usually found accidentally during an MRI that is being given for other reasons.[] We report the singular clinical history of a 54-year-old male, who suddenly began to feel dizzy while sitting at his workplace, complaining of left tinnitus and aural fullness[] Symptoms ‘Foggy’ head Mental/emotional fatigue Headache Nausea Severe motion sickness/intolerance Squint Seizures Hearing/visual disturbances Vertigo Tinnitus (ringing ears[]

  • Cerebral Neoplasm

    gland area Cysts and Tumor-like lesions Usually in the third ventricle Tumors of the Sellar Regions Local Extension from Regional Tumors Metastatic Tumors 12.[] An acoustic neuroma may present as intermittent (then progressive) hearing loss, disequilibrium, and tinnitus.[] […] responsible for hearing & balance; may grow slowly & attain considerable size before diagnosed; many are benign; can be removed surgically & have good prognosis -loss of hearing -tinnitus[]

  • Tornwaldt's Disease

    Small pineal cysts (.5 cm or smaller) are common occurrences, often found incidentally on routine neurological exams.[] Gum Seeds Kernal Stem Leaves Tubers Nut Wood Others Forum Home » Health Remedies » Otolaryngological disorders Ear disorders Mastoiditis Otorrhea Otalgia (Earache) Vertigo Tinnitus[] ENT did extensive tests that prove something is causing tinnitus/hearing problems.[]

  • Occipital Lobe Tumor

    gland, cavernous sinus and intracerebral. [1], [2], [3] Intracerebral epidermoid cysts are very rare and are commonly located in the frontal and temporal lobe. [4] A 22-year-old[] Logged 25 year old OBGYN nurse, wife, mother of two 5.5cm x 3.1cm left side AN removed via retrosigmoid 9/09 @ Hopkins SSD, Tinnitus, Chronic Migraines, Facial paralysis ([] Symptoms of temporal lobe tumors include tinnitus (ringing sensation in the ear), decline or loss of hearing ability, and short-term memory issues.[]

  • Suprasellar Tumor

    […] glioneuronal tumor papillary meningioma paraganglioma paraneoplastic syndromes pilocytic astrocytoma pineal cyst pineal gland-normal pineal papillary tumor pineal parenchymal[] […] intracranial; e.g. sellar / suprasellar, posterior fossa Clinical features Spinal paraganglioma: low back pain, sciatica Jugulotympanic paraganglioma with intracranial extension: tinnitus[] Pineal cyst: This is again an incidental, normal finding, arising when a brain MRI is obtained for other reasons (e.g., headache).[]

  • Fibrillary Astrocytoma

    Low grade gliomas at this site can be difficult to distinguish in a small bipsy from the glial reaction that can accompany non-neoplastic pineal region cysts...[] Symptoms include loss of balance, tinnitus, total hearing loss, facial pain or numbness, and headache. Surgery is the standard treatment.[] Gliomas are also found in the pineal region, arising from the glial stroma of the gland...[]

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