Vestibular neuronitis

What is Vestibular neuronitis?

Vestibule is part of inner ear near cochlea. Neuronitis is inflammation of nerve cell. In this case it is inflammation of vestibule cochlear nerve cell.

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I have been suffering from SNHL (rt. ear) with vertigo during Dec 2012. Treated at Apollo Bhubaneswar with steroids with no result. Doctors...

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I read your query regarding SNHL (RT ear) with vertigo, and your disease is diagnosed as vestibular neuronitis...

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I am a very healthy, slim and fit 62 year old woman. Nearly a year ago I was hospitalised with what was diagnosed as a very severe case of...

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Vestibular Neuronitis is a rare disease which presents with severe Vertigo, Vomiting and Imbalance in Walking. Most...

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It all started with a sudden vertigo that lasted few seconds that send to a state of panic. Went to the dr and was told I had some middle...

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vestibular neuronitis

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