[Should vestibular neuritis be treated with corticosteroids?].

Abstract

Recent studies have shown that corticosteroid treatment of patients with vestibular neuritis significantly improves recovery of peripheral vestibular function. At follow-up, the number of patients with a normal caloric response was larger among those treated with corticosteroids. However, improvement of caloric responses may not correlate directly with… (More)

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@article{Brantberg2008ShouldVN, title={[Should vestibular neuritis be treated with corticosteroids?].}, author={Krister Brantberg and Frederik Kragerud Goplen and Geir Br{\aa}then and Stein Helge Glad Nordahl and Haakon Arnesen}, journal={Tidsskrift for den Norske laegeforening : tidsskrift for praktisk medicin, ny raekke}, year={2008}, volume={128 18}, pages={2062-3} }