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Sudden sensorineural hearing loss is relatively frequent. In most cases, the etiology is not discovered. One of the possible causes for sudden deafness is inner labyrinth bleeding, which was difficult to diagnose before the advent of magnetic resonance imaging. The purpose of this paper is to report a case of sudden hearing loss caused by a labyrinthine… (More)
Otospongiosis is an osteodystrophy of the temporal bone, characterized by disordered neoformation and deposition of bone, characterized by the presence of a progressive conductive, sensorineural or mixed hearing loss and tinnitus. Typically, otospongiosis presents as a slowly progressive conductive hearing loss in the third to fourth decade of life.… (More)
Posterior scleritis is a rare granulomatous inflammatory reaction, sub diagnosed due to its wide presentation patterns, simulating other more frequent symptoms. The early diagnosis can be made through ultrasonography. In this report we have one young patient with posterior scleritis without systemic associations.