A There are a number of possible causes but as your attack started suddenly the most common cause would be an infection of the balancing organ called labyrinthitis
Patients with cervical vertigo, labyrinthitis
or neuritis compensated well compared to the control group.
, facial nerve paralysis are extracranial complications.
Last year, she was off work for 13 weeks with labyrinthitis
- an inflammation of the inner ear.
If you have an upper respiratory infection such as the flu, you might also be affected by labyrinthitis
, which is an infection or inflammation of the inner ear that causes dizziness and loss of balance.
These included: (1) a left-sided osteoma of the internal auditory meatus (figure 1, A); (2) a right-sided labyrinthitis
ossificans in a patient with previous meningitis (figure 1, B); and (3) bilateral cochlear calcification, worse on the right than the left, in a patient with a clinical diagnosis of otosclerosis.
I have to my abandon my lecture on the trials of labyrinthitis
when it becomes apparent that I am only the latest of three people in the van to suffer from it - the bass player's symptoms persisted for a year.
Untreated cases of CSOM can lead to a wide range of problems such as persistent otorrhea, mastoiditis, labyrinthitis
, and facial nerve paralysis to more serious intracranial abscesses or thromboses;^ so, the knowledge of the local pattern of infection is essential to enable efficacious treatment of this disorder.
Patients were excluded if they had (a) concomitant ear disease or conditions including chronic otitis media, Meniere disease, acute labyrinthitis
, acute vestibular neuronitis, otosclerosis, perilymphatic fistula, cerebrovascular disease, or spontaneous nystagmus on physical examination (no consistent provoking factor) or (b) concomitant illness or injury prohibiting participation in DHP or CRP (e.
Vestibular disorders, Meniere's Disease, Labyrinthitis
TA year ago, Dawn French was set to appear at the Lime Street theatre with her first solo stage production when disaster - and chronic vertigo - struck in the form of a fierce bout of labyrinthitis
An acute attack of vestibular symptoms following an upper respiratory infection (URI) suggests acute labyrinthitis
, although 50% of cases of acute labyrinthitis
may lack a history of URI.