Costen syndrome

Cos·ten syn·drome

(kos'tĕn),
a symptom complex of loss of hearing; otalgia; tinnitus; dizziness; headache; and burning sensation of the throat, tongue, and side of the nose; originally attributed to temporomandibular joint dysfunction resulting from occlusal disharmony, but currently recognized as not being well founded on anatomic and physiologic principles.

Costen syndrome

[James B. Costen, U.S. otolaryngologist, 1895–1961]
Temporomandibular joint syndrome.

Costen,

James B., U.S. otolaryngologist, 1895-1962.
Costen syndrome - a symptom complex of loss of hearing, otalgia, tinnitus, dizziness, headache, and burning sensation of the throat, tongue, and side of the nose.

Cos·ten syn·drome

(kostĕn sindrōm)
Symptom complex of loss of hearing; otalgia; tinnitus; dizziness; headache; and burning sensation of the throat, tongue, and side of the nose; originally attributed to temporomandibular joint dysfunction resulting from occlusal disharmony, but currently recognized as not being well founded on anatomic and physiologic principles.