An acoustic neuroma (AN) is a rare benign brain tumour, which is also known as acoustic neuroma, vestibular schwannoma and cerebellopontine angle tumour. As it is a benign tumour, it does not allow secondary growth (does not spread to other parts of the body). It does not become malignant (cancerous) and usually, grows very slowly. If you have a tumour in the brain, where it shouldn’t belong, the details of the same may not be comforting.
How long does Acoustic Neuroma Last?
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In dementia, the rate of decline in mental functions (memory, thinking, behaviour) can vary – some people may stay the same for years whereas others may have rapid decline of mental functions.read more