Cogan's syndrome: audiovestibular involvement and prognosis in 18 patients.

@article{Mcdonald1985CogansSA,
  title={Cogan's syndrome: audiovestibular involvement and prognosis in 18 patients.},
  author={Thomas J. Mcdonald and Randall S. Vollertsen and Brian R. Younge},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={1985},
  volume={95 6},
  pages={
          650-4
        }
}
The experience at the Mayo Clinic with 18 patients who had Cogan's syndrome is reviewed. Typically, the illness began with systemic symptoms. The ocular and audiovestibular symptoms included ocular discomfort and redness, photophobia, and fluctuating sensorineural deafness with imbalance. Each patient had interstitial keratitis; the ocular symptoms periodically recurred but responded to therapy. Thirteen patients who had fluctuating bilateral sensorineural deafness subsequently suffered total… CONTINUE READING

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