Im having an MRI on my head/face next week. Does the MRI tell me if i have any problems with my sinuses and estation tubes? I have had many problems with my ears and had 4 sets of grommets in my ear drums. Will this MRI tell me anything on this topic?
Thanks for your responce. I have grommets in my ears and my ears are still popping and causing dizziness. Do you think i have patulous eustation tube then? I also get pressure around my face and feels like im full in the ears
I guess I would doubt it. First off, it needs to be determined if your dizziness is indeed from your years. Most kinds of dizziness are not. "Popping" Eustachian tubes is not an uncommon experience, and for the overwhelming majority, this does not cause problems. It would be hard to account all of your other symptoms to ears with tubes.
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