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Category: Illnesses - Tinnitus

Acoustic Neuroma | Long Term Disability Claim Tips

Illnesses Acoustic Neuroma Hearing Impairment Tinnitus

 Acoustic neuroma (also known as vestibular schwannoma) is a benign tumor found on the vestibular nerve, which leads to your brain from your inner ear.   Since the vestibular nerve helps control your balance and hearing, the pressure caused by an acoustic neuroma can cause significant hearing loss, ringing (tinnitus), dizziness, balance issues, and long term disability.  Here’s what you need to know before filing your long term disability claim for an acoustic neuroma.

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Tinnitus | Long Term Disability Claim Tips

Tinnitus Illnesses

Tinnitus is characterized by noises in the ear(s), such as ringing, buzzing, clicking or hissing.  These noises can range from low to high pitch. Severe symptoms can cause impaired concentration, inability to follow conversations, poor memory, poor sleep, extreme fatigue, depression, and anxiety.  The condition is often accompanied by hearing loss and/or other ear, throat and nose issues.  Even with treatment and therapeutic management, tinnitus can cause debilitating limitations and long term disability.

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