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by maya justin (28.11.2020)

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The ear nerve is known by several names including the vestibulocochlear nerve, the auditory nerve, the acoustic nerve, and the eighth cranial nerve. This nerve has two components. The cochlear nerve is responsible for hearing. The vestibular nerve communicates information about body position and movement, assisting the brain in maintaining balance. Toxins, medications, injuries, tumors, infections or other conditions that damage the vestibulocochlear nerve may involve one or both functional parts of the nerve. Similarly, symptoms of ear nerve damage can reflect abnormalities in the hearing or balance functions of the nerve. Sonus Complete



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