Clinically, it has been prescribed to treat dementia, vaso-occlusion, and cochleovestibular
disorders (Diamond et al.
16) Likewise, Pessin et al reported that tinnitus and hearing loss are the most common cochleovestibular
symptoms in type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes.
Etanercept therapy for immune-mediated cochleovestibular
disorders: A multi-center, open-label, pilot study.
Lesions may cause dysfunction of cranial nerves IX through XII, and they may either spare or involve the cochleovestibular
The Stennert antiphlogistic-rheologic infusion schema in treatment of cochleovestibular
disorders [in German].
Even a small amount of blood in the cochlea can have both transient and permanent detrimental effects on cochleovestibular
Although magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with gadolinium contrast usually shows enhancement of the cochleovestibular
complex, the facial nerve, and the geniculate ganglion in Ramsay Hunt syndrome type I (RHS), also known as herpes zoster oticus, the authors did not refer to other, less common MRI findings.
T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with gadolinium contrast can demonstrate enhancement of the cochleovestibular
complex, the facial nerve, and the geniculate ganglion (figure).
Our lack of pretreatment baseline and follow-up data is one of the reasons it is difficult to know whether it is the drops, the disease process, or some other factors that might account for any cochleovestibular
Researchers have examined the excised portions of vestibular nerves obtained from patients with a variety of cochleovestibular
disorders, including Meniere's disease, in several previous studies.
9) Sismanis et al administered methotrexate to 23 patients with immune-response-mediated cochleovestibular
disorders and found that 16 (69.
2] Regardless of the approach, ourpatient was 83 years old, and thus we ran the risk of causing a carotid blowout, dural tear, and/or cochleovestibular
injury that might have crippled or killed him.