hydrops

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A loss of CSF pressure leads to a perilymphatic hypotonia or an endolymphatic hydrops.
Endolymphatic hydrops is a pathologic correlate of Meniere's disease.
Delayed endolymphatic hydrops syndrome after heavy exposure to impulse noise.
We propose that any abnormal space-occupying lesion of the temporal bone has the potential to cause endolymphatic hydrops by obstructing the endolymphatic duct or sac.
15 on the right, findings that are consistent with endolymphatic hydrops of the left ear.
Cmejrek and Megerian state that the most reliable animal model for endolymphatic hydrops is:
Silent otitis media generally occurs with complications or sequelae, including meningitis (the most common complication), vague ear pain and headache, a feeling of fullness, conductive or sensorineural hearing loss, anxiety, acute attacks of otitis media, labyrinthine fistula, endolymphatic hydrops, etc.
This in turn led to endolymphatic hydrops and the subsequent development of Meniere's symptom complex.
2) Gussen suggested that in these temporal bones, venous insufficiency in the VPVC might produce endolymphatic hydrops.
Specifically, Meniere's disease has long been thought to occur as a result of endolymphatic hydrops, but the true cause of this pathology is still open to speculation.
One possible explanation is that the gentamicin affects the dark cells of the vestibular labyrinth and the secretory cells in the stria vascularis, which reduces the secretion of endolymph, thereby reducing endolymphatic hydrops.
We undertook a study to assess whether patients who had both spontaneous vertigo and headache would respond to treatment for endolymphatic hydrops rather than treatment for migraine.
Delayed endolymphatic hydrops (DEH) differs from Meniere's disease in that it occurs in pre-existing ear pathology in patients who have a profound unilateral or total deafness that was caused by infection, trauma, or unknown causes during childhood or adulthood.
We believe this combination procedure is a worthwhile option to consider in order to achieve good control of vertigo and endolymphatic hydrops and to preserve hearing in patients with Meniere's disease.
These findings were in keeping with the patient's clinical history of right endolymphatic hydrops that was unresponsive to endolymphatic shunt surgery.