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labyrinthitis

(ˌlæbərɪnˈθaɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of the inner ear, causing loss of balance, vertigo, and vomiting. Also called: otitis interna
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labyrinthitis

Inflammation of the inner ear, usually caused by infection.
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Noun1.labyrinthitis - inflammation of the inner ear; can cause vertigo and vomiting
otitis - inflammation of the ear
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Translations

lab·y·rin·thi·tis

n. laberintitis.
1. infl. aguda o crónica del laberinto;
2. otitis interna.
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labyrinthitis

n laberintitis f
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References in periodicals archive ?
One patient (0.8%) had a glomus tympanicus tumor, 1 had unilateral otosclerosis with dizziness (McCabe syndrome), 1 had panic syndrome, 1 had benign paroxysmal postural vertigo (which responded well to repositioning maneuvers), 1 had toxic labyrinthitis caused by inhalation of paint solvents, and 1 had sudden deafness accompanied by intense vertigo of vascular origin.
Diagnoses in patients with a peripheral vestibular disorder (n = 121) Diagnosis n (%) Metabolic vestibular disorder 43 (35.5) Unilateral or bilateral reduced vestibular responses 33 (27.3) Meniere disease 16 (13.2) Cervical syndrome 9 (7.4) Perilymphatic fistula 7 (5.8) Trauma 3 (2.5) Delayed endolymphatic hydrops 2 (1.7) Autoimmune hearing loss 2 (1.7) Glomus tympanicus tumor 1 (0.8) McCabe syndrome 1 (0.8) Panic syndrome 1 (0.8) Benign paroxysmal postural vertigo 1 (0.8) Toxic labyrinthitis 1 (0.8) Sudden deafness and vertigo 1 (0.8) Table 4.