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261 Possible Causes for Audiometry Abnormal, Vestibular Hyporeflexia

  • Congenital Deafness

    […] severe hyporeflexia or unilateral caloric areflexia.[] The progression of vestibular involvement was clearly documented and vestibular areflexia was found from the age of 47 years onwards, whereas younger individuals showed either[] In summary, it would appear that familial progressive hearing loss associated with progressive vestibular dysfunction is a good indication for mutation screening of the COCH[]

  • Meniere's Disease

    Within 2weeks of diagnosis, all subjects underwent pure tone audiometry, cervical and ocular VEMP, and caloric test.[] The prevalence of abnormal tests and the VEMP characteristic parameters such as latencies and amplitudes were analyzed.[]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Deafness

    Renal abnormalities observed in six patients were diverse and of dysplastic nature.[] Sensorineural deafness was consistently diagnosed, ranging from clinical hearing loss since infancy in seven patients to deafness detected only by audiometry in adulthood[]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Microtia

    Objective: To correlate the appearance of the external ear with the development of the middle ear in patients with congenital aural atresia. Design: Retrospective analysis of patients with congenital aural atresia. Obtain the microtia grades assigned to affected ears and correlate them with atresia scores that[…][]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Acoustic Trauma

    Before treatment, all patients received audiometry, and caloric, ocular vestibular-evoked myogenic potential (VEMP), and cervical VEMP (cVEMP) tests.[] […] of sound perception but normal audiometry, dizziness of a non-specific type but usually normal vestibular tests, and headache.[] RESULTS: Percentages of abnormal mean hearing level (MHL), cVEMP test, oVEMP test, and caloric test were 75%, 75%, 61%, and 43% in Group A, and 35%, 57%, 61%, and 39% in Group[]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Chronic Otitis Media

    Abstract The objective of this study was to analyze the results of endoscopy-assisted ear surgery for the treatment of chronic otitis media with cholesteatoma, adhesion, or retraction pockets.Fifty-one patients who underwent oto-endoscopy-assisted canal wall up tympanomastoid surgery and/or limited anterior[…][]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Sensorineural Hearing Impairment

    Physical examination including fundoscopy as well as imaging showed no abnormalities.[] An abnormal otoscopic examination result was defined as drainage, a bulging or retracted eardrum, a visible air-liquid line, or a perforated eardrum.[] Workup of a 9-year-old boy with bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, including (among others) physical examination, audiometry, diagnostic imaging, and lumbar puncture.[]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Otosclerosis

    Investigations Audiometry is the primary investigation of choice.[] […] imperfecta can have similar effects on the ossicles (and histologically is indistinguishable) but its typical features, such as the presence of blue sclerae or other bony abnormalities[]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Middle Ear Cholesteatoma

    Abstract Cholesteatoma is a destructive squamous epithelial lesion of the temporal bone which gradually expands and leads to serious complications by destruction of nearby bony structures. Erosion caused by bone resorption of the ossicular chain and bony labyrinth may result in hearing loss, vestibular dysfunction,[…][]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia
  • Tympanic Membrane Perforation

    Screening tympanometry may reveal abnormalities consistent with perforation. Confirmation still requires examination.[] Nasal examination to detect any abnormality, for example, deviated nasal septum or rhinosinusitis. Audiological assessment (pure tone audiometry and tympanometry).[] Always perform audiometry upon initial tympanic membrane perforation (TMP) diagnosis and again before any repair attempt, whether in the office or in the operating room.[]

    Missing: Vestibular Hyporeflexia

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