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177 Possible Causes for Fluctuating Hearing Loss, Seizure

  • Hemophilus Meningitis

    Abstract Loss of hearing is a sequelae of meningitis. This hearing loss has been known to fluctuate for as long as one year following the acute infection.[] Clinical manifestations include fever; nuchal rigidity; photophobia; seizures; hearing loss, sensorineural; coma; and cerebrovascular thrombosis.[] Seizure management Treat seizures in the setting of meningitis immediately with benzodiazepines and load with phenytoin (20mg/kg over one hour).[]

  • Drop Attacks

    Ménière’s disease may start with fluctuating hearing loss, eventually progressing to attacks of vertigo and dizziness.[] Change in frequency after CC was assessed for drop seizures and other seizure types. Multiple factors were evaluated for impact on seizure outcome.[] […] is an inner ear disorder characterized by fluctuating hearing loss, tinnitus, and episodic vertigo.[]

  • Ear Disease

    hearing loss (idiopathic progressive sensorineural hearing loss group), and one was affected by fluctuating hearing loss (Meniere's disease group).[] Risk factors for HI (OR, 95% CI, P value): neonatal jaundice (5.59, 1.63-19.2, 0.015), seizure (7.31, 2.50-21.4, 0.0013), hospitalization (4.01, 1.66-9.68, 0.003), recurrent[] Meniere disease is a disorder characterized by recurring attacks of disabling vertigo (a false sensation of moving or spinning), fluctuating hearing loss (in the lower frequencies[]

  • Conductive Hearing Loss

    A fluctuating hearing loss can be quite bewildering if you don’t realise that for reasons outside your control you can hear better on some occasions (this is something other[] This patient's obesity and seizures perhaps contributed to her disease process.[] Perilymphatic fistula is usually associated with sudden or fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss.[]

  • Acoustic Neuroma

    Two patients had normal hearing function but reported tinnitus; two patients reported sudden hearing loss, with partial recovery; two patients had a history of fluctuating[] After a second episode of seizure, imaging studies showed a temporal lobe abscess.[] […] care for this hard-to-identify condition A dedicated program for Parkinson's disease and impaired-movement issues Complete evaluation and treatment for epilepsy and other seizure[]

  • Paraneoplastic Syndrome

    loss, found to have a 12-cm renal mass before death, and a third with fluctuating bilateral hearing loss who was ultimately found to have a thymoma.[] A 46-year-old woman with progressive memory impairment, hyponatremia, and seizures.[] Based on the type of paraneoplastic syndrome present, other medications are also given to decrease the seizures and enhance the nerve to muscle transmission.[]

  • Vertebral Artery Dissection

    […] vertigo and sensorineural hearing loss with side-specific ataxia.[] Antiepileptic and antihypertensive medicines were used for a short term to control seizure and blood pressure.[] Usually, a history of drug treatment, generalized convulsive seizure, minor blunt trauma or activity associated with rotation or hyperextension of the neck, such as tooth-brushing[]

  • Cogan Syndrome

    The histopathologic manifestations appear to explain the audiovestibular dysfunction that has been reported in Cogan's syndrome, including bilateral fluctuating hearing loss[] […] dose secondary to a breakthrough seizure.[] Fluctuating hearing loss may occur during the course of the disease, 29 , 31 like in case 2.[]

  • Meniere's Disease

    Ménière's disease (MD) is characterized by episodic vertigo, fluctuating hearing loss and tinnitus, and by the presence of endolymphatic hydrops on postmortem examination.[] In the intervals between Meniere's seizures, the patient does not suffer from vertigo.[] The pathogenesis is endolymphatic hydrops and osteitis of the otic capsule which produces the characteristic fluctuating hearing loss, tinnitus and ear pressure associated[]

  • Migraine

    […] potentially causative of the fluctuating hearing loss, mediated possibly through the development of EH.[] Both patients demonstrated unilateral occipital EEG seizure patterns during their long-lasting visual aura, which eventually evolved into versive seizures.[] Weakness, seizures, ataxia, speech, or walking difficulties are more frequent in arterial ischaemic stroke (AIS).[]

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