[Is recurrent loss of low frequency tone perception--without vertigo--a precursor of Meniere disease?].

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PURPOSE Recurrent low-frequency sensory hearing loss is one characteristic sign of Meniere's disease. It is therefore often assumed to be a prodromal sign of Meniere's disease. METHODS We report on 81 patients with recurrent low-frequency sensory hearing loss who did not previously suffer from vertigo. All patients underwent a follow-up examination after… (More)

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@article{Schaaf2001IsRL, title={[Is recurrent loss of low frequency tone perception--without vertigo--a precursor of Meniere disease?].}, author={Hans-J{\"{u}rgen Schaaf and B. Seling and N. K. Rienhoff and Armin Laubert and M. Nelting and Gerhard Hesse}, journal={HNO}, year={2001}, volume={49 7}, pages={543-7} }