Endolymphatic hydrops

What is Endolymphatic hydrops?

Dilatation of the membranous labrinth of the inner ear, thought to be due to impaired absorption of endolymph in the endolymphatic sac. It is the pathologic finding in Ménière disease.

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My boyfriend was recently diagnosed with Menieres Disease. He has fullness in the ear, ocassional hearing loss, and slight vertigo. He is taking...

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There is no evidence to support avoiding noise exposure in Meniere's.

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1. He is younger...

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I have had recurrent pressure in my ears, especially my right ear. I feel like I am on an airplane. I have used a wax remover & have irrigated my...

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Brief Answer:
It could be endolymphatic hydrops.

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Welcome to the HCM,
Dear there is a compartment of the inner ear which is...

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I have episodes of dizziness, imbalance, loss of hearing, ringing in ears and nervousness etc since the last 2-3 years. I want to understand what...

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Presuming your age to be either in the third or fourth decade, the following symptoms of giddiness, tinnitus and...

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