Possible Causes for Labyrinth Disorder in USA

  • Labyrinthitis
    Labyrinth Disorder

    Labyrinthitis is a disease of the inner ear, characterized by development of inflammation and irritation of the affected area. Such a type of condition can give rise to vertigo and can also lead to hearing loss. Development of severe vertigo is the classical symptom of labyrinthitis. In many cases, vomiting and…[1]

  • Viral Labyrinthitis
    Labyrinthitis Labyrinth Disorder

    Labyrinthitis is a term denoting inflammation and infection of the labyrinth, the constitutive anatomical part of the inner ear. Viral pathogens are rarely the underlying cause, as labyrinthitis is primarily associated as a complication of bacterial acute otitis media or meningitis. Principal symptoms include vertigo,…[2]

  • Labyrinthal Hemorrhage
    Labyrinth Disorder
  • Suppurative Labyrinthitis
    Labyrinth Disorder
  • Diffuse Serous Labyrinthitis
    Labyrinth Disorder
  • Labyrinthine Fistula
    Labyrinth Disorder

    Labyrinthine fistula is defined as erosive loss of bone that lies over the labyrinth and it is almost exclusively seen as a complication of chronic otitis media with cholesteatoma. Sensorineural hearing loss and positional vertigo are typical symptoms and the diagnosis can be made by a thorough examination and imaging…[3]

  • Meniere's Disease
    Viral Labyrinthitis Labyrinthitis Labyrinth Disorder

    Meniere's disease is a disorder of the inner ear affecting hearing and balance. Meniere's disease tends to present in episodes which can either be frequent or have long periods of remission. Between attacks, patients experience no symptoms. The major clinical features are: Vertigo: This is the most disturbing…[4]

  • Labyrinthine Concussion
    Labyrinth Disorder

    A labyrinthine concussion is a condition which occurs following trauma to the head and/or inner ear or can also present without well-defined radiological injury and is characterized by inner ear symptoms such as tinnitus, dizziness, and high-frequency sensorineural hearing loss. Labyrinthine concussion, also known as…[5]

  • Oculomotor Apraxia

    Oculomotor apraxia (OMA), also known as Cogan ocular motor apraxia or saccadic initiation failure (SIF) is the absence or defect of controlled, voluntary, and purposeful eye movement. It was first described in 1952 by the American ophthalmologist David Glendenning Cogan. People with this condition have difficulty…[6]

  • Aminoglycoside Antibiotic
    Toxic Labyrinthitis Labyrinthitis

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  1. Labyrinthitis, Symptoma
  2. Viral Labyrinthitis, Symptoma
  3. Labyrinthine Fistula, Symptoma
  4. Meniere's Disease, Symptoma
  5. Labyrinthine Concussion, Symptoma
  6. Wikipedia: Oculomotor apraxia, CC-BY-SA-3.0