Intracranial pressure as a generator of aural noises: Improved differential diagnosis will facilitate effective treatments

  • Marsh Marchbanks
  • Published 2005


Raised cerebral fluid pressure (intracranial hypertension) often results in tinnitus, vertigo and sometimes a hearing loss, which may be irreversible. In cases where the expected headache and papilleodema are absent, patients with intracranial hypertension are likely to be referred to the otolaryngological clinic for investigations of the audiovestibular… (More)


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