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Auditory Nerve Neuroma


Cause
The causes of neurinoma are unknown. Auditory nerve neuroma is a tumor that can develop for several years until it begins to manifest. Sometimes auditory nerve neurinoma is a genetic pathology.
Symptoms
Noise in the ear, dizziness, impaired coordination of movements, a sensation of tingling in the muscles of the face or numbness of a part of the face (if neurinoma affects the facial nerve).
First aid
Self-medication is impossible, you should consult a doctor.
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Auditory Nerve Neuroma

  1. Neurinoma of the vestibulo-cochlear (VIII) nerve
    Neurinoma of the vestibulo-cochlear nerve accounts for 11 - 13% of all brain tumors, is more common in people aged 30 to 40 years; this tumor does not occur until puberty. The histological structure of the tumor is benign. After timely removal, patients are fully functional. However, in advanced stages, a malignant clinical
  2. Diseases of the auditory nerve, pathways and auditory centers in the brain
    Lesions of the conduction department of the auditory analyzer can occur on any part of it. The most common are diseases of the first neuron, united in a group called the auditory nerve neuritis. This name is somewhat arbitrary, since this group includes not only diseases of the auditory nerve trunk, but also lesions of nerve cells that make up
  3. Diseases of the auditory nerve. H-93.3
    {foto151} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (hearing loss, noise in
  4. Anatomy and physiology of the trigeminal nerve. Pathophysiological features and symptoms of trigeminal neuralgia
    The trigeminal nerve begins in the rhomboid fossa - the bottom of the fourth ventricle of the brain and has 4 nuclei: 1) the motor nucleus 2) 3 sensitive nuclei: a) the bridge nucleus b) the midbrain nucleus c) the spinal nucleus The trigeminal nerve begins with 2 roots: 1) sensitive 2) motor Sensory root enters the brain stem at the border of the middle cerebellar peduncle and
  5. Conducting department of the auditory analyzer
    The peripheral part of the auditory analyzer is connected to the central, or cortical, end of the nerve pathways, consisting of four segments, or neurons. Nerve fibers from the spiral nerve node located at the base of the cochlear ridge of the cochlea are suitable for the Corti organ. This node consists of nerve cells with two processes (bipolar cells). One of these
  6. Sound conducting and sound receiving functions of the auditory analyzer
    The various parts of the auditory analyzer, or organ of hearing, perform two functions of a different nature: 1) sound conduction, that is, delivery of sound vibrations to the receptor (the ends of the auditory nerve); 2) sound perception, i.e. the reaction of nerve tissue to sound irritation. The sound conduction function consists in the transfer of the outer, middle and partly inner ear by the constituent elements
  7. Auditory Disorders
    Hearing disorders - deafness, hearing loss, auditory agnosia - are associated with damage to the auditory analyzer, which consists of a peripheral receptor - the Corti organ, which is located in the cochlea of ​​the inner ear, the auditory nerve that extends from it, the auditory tract continues in the brain, and the cortical auditory center in the cortex of the temporal lobe. Hearing impairment in childhood more often
  8. Trigeminal anatomy
    The sensory nerve for the face and its formations is the trigeminal nerve. In addition to it, they are of practical importance: 1) sensory innervation in the area of ​​the auricle, external auditory canal and eardrum from the facial nerve, the latter's participation through the drum string (chorda tympani) in the taste innervation of the anterior 2/3 tongues; 2) participation of the glossopharyngeal nerve in sensations from
  9. HEARING ANALYSIS
    A hearing analyzer is presented to distant extroceptors, so that such analyzer, as well as to analyze the signal on the view of the dzherela. Hearing vidchuttya rose from tactile vidchuttya, yakostrilosya at vusі in mіlіoni times. Adequate teaser of the auditory analyzer is sound, which is periodically colirovanny molecules otuheuchayuschego medium. For us, such a medium є repeat.
  10. Tasks of auditory work
    The general task of auditory work is to create the prerequisites for the widest possible use of residual auditory function in the process of training and raising children with hearing impairments and especially when forming verbal speech. For deaf children, the task of auditory work is to enrich children's perceptions of the sounds of the outside world and expand
  11. Peripheral Hearing Analyzer
    The peripheral part of the auditory analyzer, or the ear itself, anatomically consists of three parts: the outer, middle and inner ear (Fig. 4). Fig. 4. The structure of the organ of hearing: 1 - cartilage of the auricle; 2 - external auditory meatus: 3 - eardrum; 4 - auditory tube; 5 - auditory ossicles; 6 - a labyrinth; 7 - the inner surface of the eardrum:
  12. Development of auditory perception
    In theory and practice of sign language pedagogy on the issue of the development of auditory perception and its role in the training and education of children with hearing impairments, there were two opposing points of view. In some cases, auditory perception was clearly underestimated. There was even an unreasonable fear that special auditory exercises could adversely affect the formation of children's reading skills with
  13. Facial neuritis
    Most often, facial neuritis is caused by a variety of infectious agents against the background of cooling, hypertension, trauma, cerebral arteriosclerosis, etc. In the case of circulatory disorders in the vertebral artery, an isolated lesion of the facial nerve is observed. Neuritis can be a complication of diseases such as otitis media, mumps, pathological processes of the base of the brain,
  14. Facial neuropathy
    The disease has a different etiology. The most vulnerable segment of the nerve is the one located in a narrow convoluted canal 30–33 cm long, where, due to edema caused by inflammation, its compression can occur. Provoking moments are hypothermia, trauma and infection. Neuropathy can be a complication of otitis media, mesotympanitis, mumps, inflammatory processes in the brain, but
  15. Hip Neuralgia
    With neuralgia of the external cutaneous nerve, the thighs of pain are localized on its outer surface. Femoral neuritis is characterized by symptoms of tension of Wasserman and Matskevich. It is necessary to conduct a differential diagnosis with arthrosis arthritis of the hip
  16. Blockade of the femoral nerve
    Anatomy. The femoral nerve (Ln — Liv), the largest nerve of the lumbar plexus, extends to the thigh under the inguinal ligament through the muscular foramen, being separated from the medially located femoral artery by the iliac-scallop ligament. Its width here is 0.7 cm. The projection of the femoral nerve on the inguinal ligament is 1.5 cm outwards and 2 inwards from its middle. Depth
  17. Auditory meatus furuncle
    Cause Microtrauma of the skin of the external auditory canal when picking in the ears, hypothermia, impaired carbohydrate metabolism, hypovitaminosis. Symptoms Strong shooting pain in the ear, if you pull off the earlobe or press on the tragus - the pain in the ear increases. Increased pain also occurs with chewing and yawning. The skin of the external auditory meatus is reddened, swollen. The disease may be accompanied.
  18. Trigeminal neuritis
    The disease occurs as a result of exposure to infection (influenza, malaria). Of great importance in the etiology of this neuritis is compression of the nerve in those bony holes of the skull through which the trigeminal nerve comes to the surface of the muscle. This can be as a result of a decrease in the lumen of the bone hole in periostitis (pathological bone tissue growths), as well as under the influence of the scar with
  19. The development of auditory perception in deaf and hard of hearing children
    The development of auditory perception. Tasks for the development of auditory perception in deaf children: expanding ideas about the sounds of reality; discernment of speech elements; use of residual hearing. Tasks for the development of auditory perception in hearing impaired children: expanding the perception of speech by ear; development of verbal speech; the formation of skills for the correct pronunciation of words and phrases. Development
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