recurrent vestibulopathy

recurrent vestibulopathy

Neurology A condition characterized by Ménie`re's-like attacks of vertigo without audiologic Sx–eg, tinnitus, hearing loss, or sensation of fullness in ear; 15% of RV evolve toward Ménie`re's with addition of cochlear Sx Management Symptomatic control. See Ménie`re's disease.
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Other cases of recurrent vestibulopathy were ruled out, and the long-term evaluation (two years) revealed that the patient was doing well with no new vestibular symptoms.
(16,17) A diagnosis of recurrent vestibulopathy was made if the patient had experienced repeated attacks of rotational vertigo ranging from a few minutes to 24 hours in duration, provided that these attacks had not been provoked by changes of position and that no ear symptoms were present.
Recurrent vestibulopathy. Laryngoscope 1981;91 (1): 1-6.

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