Vertigo and left ear pain and tinnitus.
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Diffuse enhancement along the entire length of the left vestibulocochlear nerve within the internal auditory canal extending to the labyrinth of the inner ear is seen.
No focal or diffuse expansion is seen along the course of the left vestibulocochlear nerve.
Infection that inflames the vestibulocochlear nerve connecting the inner ear to the brain is named vestibulocochlear neuritis and labyrinthitis which causing to disruption the transmission of sensory information from the ear to the brain. Vertigo, dizziness, disequilibrium and hearing loss may result.