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43 Possible Causes for Bell's Palsy, Dysacusis, Vestibular Neuronitis, Viral Labyrinthitis

  • Meniere's Disease

    labyrinthitis (mumps, influenza), mastoiditis, meningitis, diphtheria, measles, idiopathic Management Dehydrating agents–eg, furosemide, improve the vestibular response of[] […] function H81.0 Ménière's disease H81.09 …… unspecified ear H81.1 Benign paroxysmal vertigo H81.10 …… unspecified ear H81.2 Vestibular neuronitis H81.20 …… unspecified ear[] palsy.[] For example, vestibular neuronitis, benign positional vertigo, viral labyrinthitis, perilymph fistula, vascular compression of the eighth cranial nerve, chronic labyrinthitis[]

  • Lyme Disease

    Hisayoshi Ishizaki, Ilmari Pykö and Michihiko Nozue , Neuroborreliosis in the Etiology of Vestibular Neuronitis , Acta Oto-Laryngologica , 113 , sup503 , (67) , (1993) .[] It is associated with facial palsy, is increasingly common in England, and may be misdiagnosed as Bell's palsy.[] Here we present a case of occult bilateral facial nerve palsy due to Lyme disease initially diagnosed as Bell palsy.[] It can present with both central and peripheral nervous system manifestations, including aseptic meningitis, meningoencephalitis, Bell's palsy and other cranial neuropathies[]

    Missing: Dysacusis
  • Acoustic Neuroma

    The clinical signs may be characterized as: a) progressive unilateral or asymmetrical sensorineural dysacusis, b) intermittent hearing loss, c) tinnitus and sensation of fullness[] ., medications) Viral illness (i.e., labyrinthitis) Autoimmune disease Congenital Cerebellar pathology Diagnostic Tests & Interpretation Initial Tests (lab, imaging) MRI with[] The fibres of the vestibular nerve arise from neurons of Scarpa's ganglion and project to the vestibular neuclei.[] This is facial palsy, also known as Bell's palsy .[]

  • Acoustic Neuritis

    Viral or bacterial labyrinthitis?[] Vestibular neuronitis, or neuritis, is an infection of the vestibular nerve in the inner ear.[] However, this is not normally a feature of a viral vestibular neuritis or viral labyrinthitis .[] […] dysfunction. vestibular neuronitis a sudden, severe attack of vertigo without symptoms of deafness or tinnitus.[]

    Missing: Bell's Palsy
  • Vestibular Neuronitis

    (Viral Labyrinthitis) By Lawrence R. Lustig, MD, Howard W.[] In this paper, two cases of pediatric vestibular neuronitis will be reported in detail.[] Bell's palsy treatment with acyclovir and prednisone compared with prednisone alone: a double-blind, randomized, controlled trial.[] Viral or bacterial labyrinthitis?[]

    Missing: Dysacusis
  • Suppurative Labyrinthitis

    Hypoacusis is slowly progressive and a deep neurossensorial dysacusis is what usually ocurrs. This development was observed in the reported case.[] Circumscribed labyrinthitis 386.34 - Toxic labyrinthitis 386.35 - Viral labyrinthitis[] 386.04 Inactive M ni re's disease 386.10 Peripheral vertigo, unspecified 386.11 Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo 386.12 Vestibular neuronitis 386.19 Other peripheral[] Facial nerve paralysis within the first 10 days of AOM is believed to be caused by edema of the nerve within the fallopian canal, similar to Bells palsy.[]

  • Labyrinth Disorder

    Viral or bacterial labyrinthitis?[] Vestibular dysfunction in facial palsy is considered to be due to a retro-labyrinthine disorder such as vestibular neuronitis or acoustic neuromas.[] Vestibular Neuronitis Vestibular neuronitis is an inflammation of the vestibular nerve and may be caused by a virus.[] Viral labyrinthitis Viral labyrinthitis is characterized by an immediate loss of vestibular function and hearing.[]

    Missing: Dysacusis
  • Labyrinthine Concussion

    Viral neuro-labyrinthitis (vestibular neuritis, vestibular neuronitis) is due to a viral infection of the inner ear that may cause hearing loss, tinnitus, blurred vision,[] C 6 , 7 , 8 Vestibular exercises are recommended for more rapid and complete vestibular compensation in patients with acute vestibular neuronitis.[] Often accompanied by hearing loss or peripheral facial weakness ( Bell's Palsy).[] ., followed by a canalith repositioning maneuver What is an inflammatory process occurring within the membranous labyrinth that may have a bacterial or viral etiology?[]

  • Unilateral Deafness with Delayed Endolymphatic Hydrops

    . • Hyperacusis is an intensity-related dysacusis and can be defined as a reduced tolerance to noise, or an increased sensitivity to sounds in levels that would not cause[] labyrinthitis, acoustic or cranial trauma, otosclerosis, and congenital CMV infection.[] Vestibular Neuronitis Treatment for vestibular neuronitis is essentially symptomatic.[] palsy.[]

  • Labyrinthal Hemorrhage

    Haematogenic Viral labyrinthitis is common, with respiratory tract infections being most frequent.[] neuronitisvestibular nerve infection Treatment for hearing and balance disorders involves treating the underlying cause of the condition, which may be done through hearing[] Viral labyrinthitis is the most common form of labyrinthitis. It is usually observed in adults aged 30-60 years and is rarely observed in children.[] Infection: Viruses can attack the inner ear, but usually its nerve connections to the brain, causing acute vertigo (lasting days) without hearing loss (termed vestibular neuronitis[]

    Missing: Bell's Palsy