When we see a subluxation in the atlas [the first vertebra, which supports the head] putting pressure on the brainstem, this can profoundly affect function of the vestibular nerve, ultimately serving to cause inner-ear dysfunction, which can include tinnitus, vertigo, and hearing loss--the triad known as Meniere's disease
In the study conducted at the Italian Chieti-Pescara University, researchers treated and monitored 107 patients between the ages of 35 and 55 who were diagnosed with Meniere's disease
and suffering from symptoms like tinnitus.
A 63-year-old woman had unilateral Meniere's disease
and osteoarthritis of the distal finger joints.
Collins suffered from undiagnosed Meniere's disease
while she was on active duty.
in BPPV, Meniere's disease
, and vestibular paroxysmia.
, viral or bacterial infections and head injuries can affect the inner ear, throwing off the delicate system that controls balance.
relates to damage of the inner ear which causes changes in hearing and violent vertigo which can last from a few minutes to several hours.
is characterised by recurring attacks of disabling vertigo (a whirling sensation), hearing loss and noise in the ear (tinnitus).
Tinnitus is a ringing or booming sensation in one or both ears, possible a symptom of an ear infection or Meniere's disease
The most poorly understood of inner ear disorders, Meniere's disease
lacks an accepted model of pathophysiology, and the evaluation of treatments has been complicated by the high placebo response of the disorder and the disease's capricious clinical course.
Etiology, pathophysiology of symptoms, and pathogenesis of Meniere's disease
A middle ear condition known as Meniere's disease
is also a candidate for the painter's problems.
I was recently dianosed with Meniere's disease
, then I was told that I might have Lupus, so I went to Sam's Club and saw my sister Sharon Houck.
The author's use and explanation of Meniere's disease
helps make this book all the more interesting.
It's also associated with Meniere's disease
, smoking, trauma, exposure to loud noises, aspirin, and an excessive drug use.