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Normally, the tone sounds equal on both sides. In sensorineural hearing loss, the tone is quieter on the affected side. In conductive hearing loss, the tone is louder on the affected side, because compensatory neural mechanisms or mechanical factors increase the perceived volume on the side of conduction problem.

You can verify this on yourself by producing temporary unilateral conductive hearing loss by closing each ear alternately. If you then hum, the tone should be louder on the occluded side.

Differential Diagnosis

Other tests that can help localize the cause of hearing loss include audiometry and brainstem auditory evoked potentials. An MRI scan with fine cuts through the auditory canal should be performed when disorders of the eighth nerve are suspected. Common causes of conductive hearing loss include cerumen in the external auditory canal, otitis, tympanic membrane perforation, and sclerosis of the middle ear ossicles.

Causes of sensorineural hearing loss include exposure to loud sounds, meningitis, ototoxic drugs, head trauma, viral infections, aging, Menieres disease see KCC Cerebellopontine angle tumors include acoustic neuroma vestibular schwannoma , meningioma, cerebellar astrocytoma, epidermoid, glomus jugulare, and metastases.

Mean age of onset is 50 years, and the tumor is nearly always unilateral.

The exception is in neurofibromatosis type 2, in which the tumors are bilateral and usually occur by adolescence or early adulthood. This slowgrowing tumor develops at the transitional zone between Schwann cells and oligodendrocytes, which occurs at the point where CN VIII enters the internal auditory meatus see Figures The term acoustic neuroma is a misnomer because the tumor is actually a schwannoma, not a neuroma, and it nearly always arises from the vestibular, not acoustic, division of the eighth nerve.In this he follows the footsteps of his mentor, renowned MD Edward Goljan.

Therefore, two-point discrimination can be impaired by damage to this pathway or to a peripheral nerve. See more ideas about Medical students, Book boyfriends and Book lovers.

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