The peaked audiometric configuration in Meniere's disease: disease related?

@article{Ries1999ThePA,
  title={The peaked audiometric configuration in Meniere's disease: disease related?},
  author={Dennis T. Ries and Marcus Rickert and Robert S. Schlauch},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={1999},
  volume={42 4},
  pages={829-43}
}
A retrospective analysis of audiograms was completed for persons from 3 different patient groups. These 3 groups were (1) persons with unilateral Meniere's disease, (2) persons with unilateral acoustic tumor, and (3) persons from the general clinical population of an audiology clinic in a major medical center. As Paparella, McDermott, Luiz, and de Sousa (1982) also report, the most common audiometric configuration in the Meniere's disease group was peaked, a condition in which poorer hearing is… CONTINUE READING