[Concomitant labyrinthitis].

@article{Nugumanov2004ConcomitantL,
  title={[Concomitant labyrinthitis].},
  author={A A Nugumanov},
  journal={Vestnik otorinolaringologii},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={
          30-2
        }
}
The principal pathogenetic mechanism of labyrinthopaty development after traumas and operations lies in autoimmune inflammation of the contralateral ear similar to sympathetic inflammation of the eye. By analogy with sympathetic ophthalmitis, a term <<concomitant labyrinthitis>> is proposed. Due to selective permeability of selective membranes, immune system has no connection with <<extrabarrier>> organs. These organs and tissues are isolated from the key sourse of immunity -- blood… CONTINUE READING