neuronitis


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neu·ron·i·tis

(nū'rō-nī'tis),
Inflammatory disorder of the neuron.

neuronitis

/neu·ro·ni·tis/ (-ni´tis) inflammation of one or more neurons.
vestibular neuronitis  a disturbance of vestibular function consisting of a single attack of severe vertigo with nausea and vomiting but without auditory symptoms.

neuronitis

[noo͡r′ənī′tis]
Etymology: Gk, neuron + itis, inflammation
inflammation of a nerve or a nerve cell, especially the cells and the roots of the spinal nerves.

neu·ron·i·tis

(nūr'ō-nī'tis)
Inflammatory disorder of the neuron.

neuronitis

Inflammation of a NEURON.
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Vestibular Neuronitis results from viral infection of vestibular nerve, commonly superior vestibular nerve.
Causes of Peripheral Vertigo BPPV 54% Meniere's disease 14% Post traumatic 12% Vestibular Neuronitis 10% Labyrinthitis 6% Acoustic neuroma 2% Ototoxicity 2% Note: Table made from pie graph.
Herpes zoster otico, llamado tambien sindrome de Ramsay Hunt y neuronitis virica, produce dolor de oido, perdida de la audicion, vertigo (sensacion de que todo da vueltas) y puede producir paralisis en una parte de la cara.
Objective: To determine the frequency of vestibular neuronitis in vertigo patients at a tertiary public health care facility in Karachi Pakistan.
Diagnosis of Vestibular Neuronitis (VN) was made on clinical findings.
Conclusion: Vestibular Neuronitis was found more in males than females.
KEY WORDS: Vertigo, Vestibular Neuronitis, Acute peripheral vestibulopathy, Vestibular neuropathy.
A case with symptoms of vestibular neuronitis caused by an intramedullary lesion.
Over the last 24 months more than 200 patients with various balance disorders--including acoustic neuroma resection, head trauma, postconcussion, Meniere's disease, vertiginous migraines, vestibular neuronitis, and presbystasis--have been treated with this protocol.
4) We heard criticisms that perhaps the vestibular loss was the result of the endotoxins or exotoxins from the infection itself or the result of a coincidental vestibular neuronitis.