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5% of idiopathic USSHL patients might be affected by another attack of sudden deafness in the contralateral ear later in their lifetime, which is also defined as Se-BSSHL.
Switzerland-based Auris Medical has completed patient enrolment in the Phase three HEALOS clinical trial of its AM-111, in idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss (ISSNHL), also called sudden deafness, it was reported yesterday.
Dextran-induced pulmonary oedema in patients with sudden deafness.
17 offer diagnostic criteria of common diseases with dizziness symptoms, which are vertebrobasilar TIA,11 vertebrobasilar artery infarction,11 Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo,12 Meniere's disease,13 sudden deafness,14 vestibular neuronitis,15 Migrainous vertigo,16 anxiety and depression.
The quartet sublimates the turmoil of the composer's early years, his love for his wife and the abrupt closure of his productive years as a composer due to his sudden deafness.
Direct injection of steroids into the middle ear for the treatment of sudden deafness was shown to be no more or less effective than oral steroids in restoring hearing levels in a large comparison study of patients.
Sudden deafness is severe hearing loss, usually in only one ear, that develops over a period of a few hours or less.
Interestingly, EECP therapy has been studied for various potential uses other than heart disease, such as restless leg syndrome, sudden deafness, hepatorenal syndrome, erectile dysfunction, and so on.
It started five years ago when I was struck with sudden deafness in one ear.
In China, kuzu flavonoids have successfully treated sudden deafness, which can be caused by restricted circulation.
In terms of the rapidity of hearing loss, four respondents experienced gradual decline; one participant's hearing deteriorated at a rapid pace; and the remaining three experienced sudden deafness as a result of removal of the auditory nerve).
Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SSHL), or sudden deafness, is a rapid loss of hearing.
Dr Bingham was so concerned about the sudden deafness that he ordered Kevin to have a cancer scan.
This well-told story tells how Edmund, with the aid of his imaginary companion, comes to understand his sudden deafness.
Approximately 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States.