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The pinna is supplied by nerves
The vertigo is defined as
Rotatory movement of body
A objective sense of imbalance
A subjective sense of imbalance
Hallucination of imbalance
Earliest symptom of acoustic nerve tumor is
Question 3 Explanation:
The first symptom is usually a gradual loss of hearing in one ear, often accompanied by ringing in the ear (tinnitus) or a feeling of fullness in the ear. Less commonly, acoustic neuromas may cause sudden hearing loss.
Other symptoms, which may occur over time, include:
Problems with balance
Vertigo (feeling like the world is spinning)
Facial numbness and tingling, which may be constant or come and go
Difficulty swallowing and hoarseness
Clumsiness or unsteadiness
Regarding glomus tumor, all are true except
They occur in nail beds
They are cylindroma
They contain large cuboidal cells
They contain neural tissue
Question 4 Explanation:
They are paragangliomas
Following drug is ototoxic
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