Can benign tumors cause dizziness?
An acoustic neuroma (vestibular schwannoma) is a benign tumor that develops on the balance (vestibular) and hearing, or auditory (cochlear) nerves leading from your inner ear to the brain, as shown in the top image. The pressure on the nerve from the tumor may cause hearing loss and imbalance.
What type of cancer makes you dizzy?
Cancer in the brain: Some cases of dizziness or balance problems may signal the location of cancer. Dizziness may occur as a result of a brain tumor, for example. Cancers in the cerebellum—the lower back part of the brain that controls coordination—often cause these symptoms.
Can tumors cause dizziness?
While a brain tumor isn’t likely to be a direct cause of dizziness, some tumors can trigger headaches and bouts of nausea and vomiting that may be associated with a dizzy feeling. This is especially true if an individual experiences frequent vomiting and becomes dehydrated.
When to treat multiple angiofibromas over the central face?
When multiple angiofibromas are seen in an individual, particularly clustered over the central face, the differential diagnosis should include the tuberous sclerosis complex, and appropriate evaluation should ensue to assess the patient for tuberous sclerosis.
What does an angiofibroma look like on the nose?
Angiofibromas are benign 1-5mm fleshy to pink small bumps (“papules”) that are very common on or near the nose and look like small moles.
What is the medical term for multiple angiofibromas?
Adenoma sebaceum is the term for the multiple angiofibromas distributed on the central face and nasolabial grooves in patients with tuberous sclerosis (Figure 1). Adenoma sebaceum is a misnomer, as the lesions are not adenomas or related to sebaceous glands.
What are the symptoms of cutaneous angiofibroma?
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