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.
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Lermoyez syndrome

(lĕr-mwä-yā′)
n.
Tinnitis and progressive hearing loss followed by an attack of vertigo, after which hearing improves.
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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.
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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
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Patients with specific vertiginous syndromes (e.g., Meniere's disease, Lermoyez syndrome, and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo), vertigo due to specified somatic diseases (except cerebrovascular disease), severe other disorders, contraindications to one of the drugs under study, need for drugs that might interfere with the efficacy assessments, or gastrointestinal disorders with uncertain absorption of the active agents were excluded from the study.