Other causes Less common causes of Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss include an acoustic neuroma, which is a benign tumor.
The inflammation can cause a small outgrowth known as a polyp, which is a benign tumor that grows inside the colon.
Acromegaly-A rare disease resulting from excessive growth hormone caused by a benign tumor.
An acoustic neuroma, for example, is a benign tumor that wraps around the nerve.
Acoustic neuroma-A benign tumor that grows on the nerve leading from the inner ear to the brain.