[Progressing cases from low tone sudden deafness to Menière's disease--cochlear impairment in the so-called pre-Menière's disease period].

@article{Abe1992ProgressingCF,
  title={[Progressing cases from low tone sudden deafness to Meni{\`e}re's disease--cochlear impairment in the so-called pre-Meni{\`e}re's disease period].},
  author={Tohru Abe and Takashi Tsuiki and Kazunori Murai and Youichi Kon and Tsuyoshi Ishikawa and Yasushi Asano},
  journal={Nihon Jibiinkoka Gakkai kaiho},
  year={1992},
  volume={95 9},
  pages={
          1352-9
        }
}
Among 80 patients with low tone sudden deafness (LTSD) who visited our department over the past 15 years, there were 6 cases (7.5%) who subsequently progressed to Menière's disease. The clinical and audiological processes of the 6 patients were studied in detail and the following results were obtained. (1) In these 6 patients, the time between onset of LTSD and the diagnosis of Menière's disease ranged from 4 months at the shortest to 6 years and 8 months at the longest, 2 years and 9 months on… CONTINUE READING

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