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Integrative Approaches to Ménière's Disease

@inproceedings{Gaby2009IntegrativeAT,
  title={Integrative Approaches to M{\'e}ni{\`e}re's Disease},
  author={Alan R. Gaby},
  year={2009}
}
Meniere’s disease (also called primary Meniere’s disease or idiopathic endolymphatic hydrops) is characterized by an excess of fluid in the inner ear, which produces disturbances of balance and hearing. Symptoms of Meniere’s disease include recurring episodes of hearing loss, tinnitus, and vertigo and a feeling of pressure or fullness in the ear. Remissions occur for varying periods of time between attacks, but recurrences can progressively damage the hearing apparatus and eventually lead to… 

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Meniere's Syndrome: An Approach to Therapy
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The response to dietary therapy confirms that glucose tolerance levels which are not diabetic nor hypoglycemic may be sufficiently significant in relation to inner ear function to produce the symptoms like those of Meniere's Disease.
Allergic management of Meniere's disease: An outcome study
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Allergy in ménière's disease related fluctuating hearing loss preliminary findings in a double‐blind crossover clinical study
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An ongoing study utilizing a double‐blind crossover technique, fourteen Ménière's patients have been evaluated for allergies utilizing the Rinlde and Lee techniques for inhalent and food allergies.
Hyperlipoproteinemia, Hyperinsulinism, and Meniere's Disease
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It has become increasingly apparent that most patients seen by otolaryngologists because of Meniere's disease come from that same large population group who are prone to obesity, maturity-onset diabetes, coronary artery disease, and atherosclerosis.
Hyperlipoproteinemia, hyperinsulinism, and Meniere's disease.
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It has become increasingly apparent that most patients seen by otolaryngologists because of Meniere's disease come from that same large population group who are prone to obesity, maturity-onset diabetes, coronary artery disease, and atherosclerosis.
Metabolic Management in Menière's Disease
Pollution in the bloodstream by abnormal amounts of metabolites (sugar, insulin, triglycerides and cholesterol) over an extended period of time will have an adverse effect upon the small blood
Pyridoxine (B6) used in the treatment of vertigo.
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This fraction of the B complex has been used empirically and with considerable success in a number of conditions, apparently unrelated pathologically, such as granulocytopenia, vomiting of pregnancy, and radiation sickness, and, with reported improvement, in paralysis agitans, or the Parkinson syndrome, and other organic diseases of the nervous system.
Symposium on meniere's disease.: Ii. Metabolic aspects of meniere's disease
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This evaluation consists of three parts: thyroid studies, five‐hour glucose tolerance test, and adrenal and pituitary tests.
A double-blind clinical trial of hydroxyethylrutosides in Menière's disease.
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There appeared to be a clear trend to a greater symptomatic improvement with HR treatment than with placebo, and the audiometric findings showed a very clear, uniform superiority under HR treatment, for both air and bone conduction and at all five frequencies studied.
Metabolic Aspects Of MéNièRe's Disease
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This evaluation consists of three parts: thyroid studies, five‐hour glucose tolerance test, and adrenal and pituitary tests.
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