More than 65% of patients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma have tinnitus symptoms

Mr. Li from Hangzhou has a faucet in his ear, and there is always a ticking sound of running water. Mr. Li is upset by the sound of tinnitus.Almost a month later, the voice in his ears became louder and louder, and it became like a train. His hearing was also decreasing, and he often couldn’t hear colleagues and family members.When the doctor examined Mr. Li, he found something unusual in his nasopharynx.After a pathological biopsy, the doctor discovered the real culprit of the patient’s tinnitus-nasopharyngeal carcinoma.

The relationship between nasopharyngeal carcinoma and tinnitus is quite close.Statistics show that more than 65% of patients with nasopharyngeal carcinoma have tinnitus symptoms.The sounds in the ears of patients vary from person to person. Some are like the sound of cicadas and insects, and some are like the sound of wind and the roar of machines.

Why do patients with nasopharyngeal cancer have tinnitus symptoms?There are two communicating tubes between the nasopharynx and the middle ear cavity called the Eustachian tube. Nasopharyngeal cancer often occurs near the opening of the Eustachian tube, blocking the opening of the Eustachian tube on the side wall of the nasopharynx.As a result, patients often have tinnitus on the sick side, which gradually worsens, and is accompanied by hearing loss.

Nasopharyngeal cancer can be detected early.Take blood to check the relevant indicators. If the EB virus antibody is detected, it will help to detect early nasopharyngeal cancer.If there is no antibody, generally speaking, you can rest assured within 5 years.

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