In addition, the following may be some of the symptoms
Tumors develop frequently on the eighth cranial
nerve (vestibulocochlear nerve) causing symptoms
of dizziness, ringing in the ears (tinnitus),
loss of balance and hearing loss in adolescence
or early adulthood (9).
Signs and symptoms of Schwannomatosis include:
Development of multiple Schwannomas everywhere on the body except
on the vestibular nerve.
Excruciating pain on enlargement of Schwannoma compressing the nerves
or adjacent tissue.
Numbness, tingling or weakness in fingers and toes.
Patients of Schwannomatosis never have neurofibromas (1).
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