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3,142 Possible Causes for Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Herpes Zoster, Tarlov Cyst

  • Cogan Syndrome

    A month later, he reported dizziness and was diagnosed with severe bilateral sensorineural hearing loss.[] zoster and simplex have all been implicated (Witcup and Smith in Cornea , 2005).[] The AIED group was defined by rapidly progressive bilateral sensorineural hearing loss leading to unusable hearing within weeks to months.[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Diffuse Serous Labyrinthitis

    Extradural Meningocele Pseudo-meningocele (postoperative and post-traumatic) Root sleeve cysts (Tarlov) and terminal meningocele 2.[] Patients present with unilateral or bilateral sensorineural hearing loss from birth. Both are diagnosed using imaging tests.[] Their only connection is James Ramsay Hunt who identified them all: Ramsay Hunt syndrome (herpes zoster oticus or auricular herpes zoster) - described here.[]

  • Ear Disease

    DEFINITION: Autoimmune inner ear disease (AIED) is characterised by a rapidly progressive, often fluctuating, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss over a period of weeks to[] zoster oticus (20.2%).[] Abstract Immune-mediated inner ear disease, first described by McCabe in 1979, typically presents with an idiopathic, rapidly progressive bilateral sensorineural hearing loss[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Deafness

    In addition to the characteristic clinical triad of congenital bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, keratitis, and erythrokeratoderma, affected individuals also suffer from[] All of the 11 had a diagnosis of herpes zoster oticus.[] A 21-year-old male, with progressive bilateral sensorineural hearing loss since the age of 3, developed dystonic movements at the age of 12.[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Sudden Hearing Loss

    We report a patient who developed sudden, bilateral, sensorineural hearing loss during therapeutic use of iloprost for Raynaud's phenomenon.[] zoster oticus (Ramsay-Hunt syndrome) Otalgia, pinna and/or ear canal vesicles, facial nerve paresis, positive viral titers, positive viral cultures HIV otitis Positive HIV[] Four months later he presented with sudden, severe, asymmetrical, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss.[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    hearing loss who was ultimately found to have a thymoma.[] […] virus (VZV) in the sensory ganglia and subsequent attacks of herpes zoster Pancreatic tumors can release several lipases and lithic enzymes into the bloodstream, leading[] […] recurrence in his anterior chest wall, a second patient with sudden asymmetric hearing loss, found to have a 12-cm renal mass before death, and a third with fluctuating bilateral[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Meningeal Carcinomatosis

    Sudden onset bilateral sensorineural hearing loss: a manifestation of occult breast carcinoma.[] All patients with inner ear enhancement had a corresponding hearing loss (two bilateral cases and one unilateral case).[] Bilateral profound hearing loss due to meningeal carcinomatosis. J Clin Neurosci. 2005;12:315-318. 22. ppal HS, Ayshford CA, Wilson F.[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Keratitis

    […] onset of tinnitus, sensorineural hearing loss, vertigo, nausea, and vomiting similar to Menière's disease However, it is unlikely that Cogan's syndrome represents a single[] PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Herpes zoster is a common condition, and involvement of the trigeminal nerve results in herpes zoster ophthalmicus (HZO).[] KEYWORDS: Adverse reaction; Herpes zoster vaccine; Keratitis; Varicella zoster vaccine; Varivax; Zostavax[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Meningitis

    Most affected individuals have profound sensorineural hearing loss, but hearing is preserved to some extent in some cases ( 154 ).[] KEYWORDS: Herpes zoster; acyclovir; immunocompetent children; meningitis; varicella vaccine[] Varicella zoster virus (the cause of chickenpox, as well as herpes zoster or shingles ) may also cause meningoencephalitis.[]

    Missing: Tarlov Cyst
  • Neuralgia

    Tarlov cysts are meningeal cysts located in the sacral region.[] The herpes zoster vaccine should be used for the primary prevention of herpes zoster and postherpetic neuralgia in persons older than 60 years.[] zoster patients have postherpetic neuralgia 1 year after shingles. 8 A review in the New England Journal of Medicine states that 48% of herpes zoster patients aged 70 years[]

    Missing: Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss

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