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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Can acoustic neuroma lead to complete deafness?

    I know that individuals with acoustic neuroma often experience unilateral or bilateral hearing loss. Over time, can this lead to complete deafness?
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  • Soundfair is a non-profit organisation committed to hearing equality and to transforming the experience and wellbeing of all people with hearing conditions. We do this … View Profile

    We recommend you contact the Acoustic Neuroma Association of Australia:

  • Dr David McIntosh

    Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) Surgeon

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    This question is best answered by a specialist ENT that deals with this problem routinely. Respectfully, the question itself suggests that you may not quite understand this condition, or have had so much information thrown your way it has confused the situation. A specialist should be able to clarify things better for you. 

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