Vertigo of delayed onset after sudden deafness.

@article{Nadol1975VertigoOD,
  title={Vertigo of delayed onset after sudden deafness.},
  author={Joseph B. Nadol and Alfred D. Weiss and Stephen W. Parker},
  journal={The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology},
  year={1975},
  volume={84 6},
  pages={841-6}
}
An entity of episodic true vertigo of delayed onset following sudden and profound sensorineural hearing loss is described. Data on 12 patients and three case reports are presented. The latency between sudden deafness and the onset of the vertigo varied from 1 to 68 years. The vestibular symptoms are identical to the vestibular symptoms of Ménière's disease, and there is some evidence that endolymphatic hydrops in the previously deafened ear represents at least part of the labyrinthine pathology… CONTINUE READING

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