neurolabyrinthitis

neu·ro·lab·yrin·thi·tis

(nū-rō'lab-rin-thiī'-tis),
Idiopathic inflammation of the vestibular nerve. It presents with vertigo, nausea, and imbalance. There is usually no involvement of the cochlear nerve, and thus neither tinnitus nor hearing loss; usually resolves in days to weeks.

Pedersen,

E.,
Pedersen syndrome - abrupt onset of vertigo, nausea, vomiting. Synonym(s): neurolabyrinthitis

neu·ro·lab·y·rin·thi·tis

(nūrō-labi-rin-thītis)
Idiopathic inflammation of the vestibular nerve; presents with vertigo, nausea, and imbalance; usually no involvement of cochlear nerve, and thus neither tinnitus nor hearing loss.
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Absent vestibular evoked myogenic potentials in vestibular neurolabyrinthitis. An indicator of inferior vestibular nerve involvement?
The late congenital syphilis usually appears after 2 years of life, the active lesions corresponding to the lesions of the acquired tertiary syphilis: nodular syphilides and gummas on the skin and mucosa, ophtalmic involvement (interstitial keratitis, iridocyclitis, coroidoretinitis), bone involvement (periostitis of the long bones, perisynovitis), eighth nerve deafness (neurolabyrinthitis), cardiovascular manifestations, neurologic diseases (juvenile general paralysis, tabes dorsalis, etc.)