Acoustic neuroma surgery

Specialty of Neurosurgery

Acoustic neuroma surgery is the procedure used to remove a tumour from the inner ear canal. A tumour in this area - known as acoustic neuroma - may compress the cochlear nerve (the nerve of hearing), which may result in impaired hearing or tinnitus (a ringing or buzzing in the ear.) People with acoustic neuroma may also have problems with vertigo (dizziness), vision, or balance

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