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Related to neuronitis: Vestibular neuritis


n. infl. de un neurón.
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Vestibular neuronitis was first described by Hallpike at a medical meeting in 1949; this report was subsequently published by Dix and Hallpike in 1952.
What I have is Acute Neuronitis, which is related to vertigo.
In vestibular neuronitis (involving the vestibular system only) or labyrinthitis (involving the entire labyrinth: vestibular system and cochlea with associated hearing loss) one inner ear does not function and the relative 'overstimulation' of stimuli from the normal ear to the brain produces excessive vertigo.