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Unread 12-23-2011, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default endolymphadic sac anomaly....anyone knows? pls inform..

Hi to all...it just happened i came across Neurotalk forum as i was searching for my 4 year old health issue...

i would really appreciate it if anyone knows more to inform me...

after some hearing issues with my son and wrong diagnosis for the last 4 years almost we finally found a doctor who actually proved us right (which is that our older son has hearing loss on both ears)...the doctor sent us for CT of petrous bone). Reading the report of the doctor from the CT she mentions in both ears of LARGE ENDOLYMPHADIC ANOMALY....and ofcourse she is suggesting for MRI as the next step....

after some research i start to get worried as i have found this correlating even with tumor...

can anyone please give us some any further information? we would really appreciate it...

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Hi marinos,
Welcome to the NeuroTalk Support Groups.

I don't have any specific information for you I'm sorry, but just wanted to welcome you here.

Hopefully someone will will come along and read your post and have some information for you.
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