Unilateral sudden hearing loss as a result of anomalous carotid anatomy.


The term sudden hearing loss refers to hearing losses of sensorineural origin that evolve over a short period of time and are often of unknown origin. Common causes include damage to the cochleovestibular nerve by viral infection, autoimmune disease, vascular insult, and labyrinthine membrane rupture. A 70-year-old man had a history of recent diplopia… (More)


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