Meniere disease

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Mé·ni·è·re dis·ease

(men-ē-ār'),
an affection characterized clinically by vertigo, nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, and fluctuating and progressive sensory hearing loss associated with endolymphatic hydrops. See: endolymphatic hydrops.
Synonym(s): Ménière syndrome
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Mé·ni·ère dis·ease

(men-yār' di-zēz', sin'drōm)
An affliction characterized clinically by vertigo, nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, and progressive hearing loss due to hydrops of the endolymphatic duct.
Synonym(s): auditory vertigo, endolymphatic hydrops, labyrinthine vertigo.
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Ménière,

Prosper, French physician, 1799-1862.
Ménière disease - characterized by vertigo, nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, and progressive deafness due to swelling of the endolymphatic duct. Synonym(s): auditory vertigo; endolymphatic hydrops; labyrinthine vertigo; Ménière syndrome
Ménière syndrome - Synonym(s): Ménière disease
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Mé·ni·ère dis·ease

, Ménière syndrome (men-yār' di-zēz', sin'drōm)
An affliction characterized clinically by vertigo, nausea, vomiting, tinnitus, and progressive hearing loss.
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This study found an incidence of Meniere syndrome of 0.14%, which is comparable to other estimates reported in the literature.
This study reports the incidence estimates for Meniere syndrome and migraine headache, whereas most studies published have reported prevalence data.
In this review, the incidence of migraine headache in patients identified with Meniere syndrome was 4.50, quite close to the 3.8% incidence of migraine headache in the general population.
Despite the passage of nearly 150 years since Meniere's initial report, we still lack any laboratory or quantitative testing to definitively identify either Meniere syndrome or migraine headache.