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.
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Costen syndrome

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