|acoustic neuroma||medical dictionary|
Diagnosis can be made with auditory evoked potentials and/or MRI scanning of the brain. Vertigo and tinnitus may be associated symptoms. Surgical removal of this tumour involves dissection, cautery and obliteration with laser.
Incidence: 1 in 100,000.
(13 Nov 1997)
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