cochleovestibular

cochleovestibular

 [kok″le-o-ves-tib´u-ler]
pertaining to the cochlea and vestibule of the ear.
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co·chle·o·ves·tib·u·lar

(kok'lē-ō-ves-tib'yū-lăr),
Relating to the cochlea and the vestibule of the ear.
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coch·le·o·ves·tib·u·lar

(kok'lē-ō-ves-tib'yū-lăr)
Relating to the cochlea and the vestibule of the ear.
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coch·le·o·ves·tib·u·lar

(kok'lē-ō-ves-tib'yū-lăr)
Relating to cochlea and vestibule of ear.
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The cerebellopontine angle may show the bilateral absence of cochleovestibular nerve with otherwise normal cerebral and cerebellar structures Branchiooculofacial Autosomal dominant condition TFAP2A characterized by branchial skin defects, ocular anomalies such as cataract, facial anomalies, malformed pinnae, and HL.
Cochleovestibular physiology is affected by the autonomic nervous system.
The ear with normal anatomy is given preference over the ear with abnormal radiologically detected inner ear or cochleovestibular nerve anatomy.
All children with meningitis (n = 11) and 46% with cochleovestibular radiological abnormalities (n=31) presented a dysfunction of the CSH, while 45% and 46%, respectively, showed saccular dysfunction.
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Cogan's syndrome (CS) is a rare chronic inflammatory disease, characterized by nonsyphilitic ocular keratitis and Meniere-like cochleovestibular dysfunction, with relapsing attacks of vertigo, sudden onset of tinnitus, vomiting, and progressive, mostly bilateral sensorineural hearing loss [65].
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Typically, RHS is characterized by zoster oticus, facial nerve palsy, and cochleovestibular symptoms.
Radiological assessment by HRCT temporal bone and MRI head with 3D reconstruction of cochleovestibular complex to see the status of