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Allergenic Acoustic Neuritis
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PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2006 12:27 pm    Post subject: Allergenic Acoustic Neuritis Reply with quote

Allergenic acoustic neuritis is caused by allergies. The allergenic
particles irritate the acoustic nerve in the left inner ear. Symptoms
are similar to cochlear cyanosis except the deafness is more immediate,
the "sine-wave" is perceived more strongly, and the aching is at the
site of the diseased acoustic nerve. Symptoms are:

1. Sudden and complete deafness in the left ear; perception of an
CRT-like high-pitched sine-wave tone in the left ear

2. Sudden, intense aching at the site of disease
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