Lermoyez syndrome

Ler·mo·yez syn·drome

(lār-mwah'yā),
increasing hearing loss and tinnitus preceding an attack of vertigo, after which the hearing improves. Variant of Ménière disease.

Lermoyez syndrome

(lĕr-mwä-yā′)
n.
Tinnitis and progressive hearing loss followed by an attack of vertigo, after which hearing improves.

Ler·mo·yez syn·drome

(ler-mwah-yā' sin'drōm)
Increasing hearing loss and tinnitus preceding an attack of vertigo, after which the hearing improves. Variant of Ménière disease.

Lermoyez,

Marcel, French otolaryngologist, 1858-1929.
Lermoyez nasal punch
Lermoyez syndrome - increasing deafness interrupted by a sudden attack of dizziness after which the hearing improves. Synonym(s): labyrinthine angiospasm