oculovestibuloauditory syndrome

oc·u·lo·ves·tib·u·lo·au·di·to·ry syn·drome

a nonsyphilitic interstitial keratitis characterized by an abrupt onset with vertigo and tinnitus followed by hearing impairment; about 50% of patients have an associated systemic disease, most commonly polyarteritis nodosa.
Synonym(s): Cogan syndrome
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