Transtympanic dexamethasone application in Ménière's disease: an alternative treatment for intractable vertigo.

@article{Sennarolu1999TranstympanicDA,
  title={Transtympanic dexamethasone application in M{\'e}ni{\`e}re's disease: an alternative treatment for intractable vertigo.},
  author={Levent Sennaroğlu and Farid M Dini and Gonca Sennaroğlu and Bulent Gursel and Seçil Ozkan},
  journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology},
  year={1999},
  volume={113 3},
  pages={217-21}
}
The aetiology of Ménière's disease still remains unknown and its therapy is therefore empirical. As a result of immunological abnormalities demonstrated, steroids are commonly used in Ménière's disease. The place of topical steroids is still controversial. In this investigation topical dexamethasone is applied for three months through a ventilation tube in patients with intractable vertigo. The results showed that this treatment controls vertigo in 72 per cent of cases. No patient was worse… CONTINUE READING

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