Benign ear tumors

May develop in the ear canal, blocking it and causing hearing loss and a buildup of earwax. Such tumors include: epidermal inclusion cysts (sometimes referred to as sebaceous cysts): Small sacs filled with skin secretions, osteomas and exostoses: noncancerous bone tumors, keloids: growths of excess scar tissue after an injury or ear piercing

Symptoms:

  • Problems with balance
  • Vertigo (feeling like the world is spinning)
  • Facial numbness and tingling, which may be constant or come and go
  • Facial weakness
  • Taste changes
  • Difficulty swallowing and hoarseness
  • Headaches
  • Clumsiness or unsteadiness
  • Confusion

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