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1,086 Possible Causes for Progressive Sensorineural Deafness

  • Meniere's Disease

    ).In 1972, the Academy defined criteria for diagnosing Ménière's disease as: Fluctuating, progressive, sensorineural deafness.[] With progress of time, permanent sensorineural deafness and tinnitus sets in. Initially, it begins in one ear but over a period of time, both ears are involved.[] […] ear characterized by recurrent episodes of vertigo, which is progressive sensorineural hearing loss.[]

  • Muckle-Wells Syndrome

    Progressive sensorineural deafness, and, in approximately one third of the patients, amyloidosis of the kidneys as well as of other organs may occur.[] Definition A hereditary periodic fever syndrome characterized by fever, chronic recurrent urticaria, arthralgias, progressive sensorineural deafness, and reactive renal amyloidosis[]

  • CINCA Syndrome

    Audiogram – high frequency hearing loss initially, progressing to bilateral sensorineural deafness.[] This type is characterized by retinitis pigmentosa and progressive sensorineural deafness. ( Arch Otolaryngol 105:353-354, 1979) Full Text Download PDF Full Text Cite This[] sensorineural deafness and amyloidosis.[]

  • Oculomotor Apraxia

    Oculomotor apraxia Other names Cogan ocular motor apraxia or saccadic initiation failure Specialty Ophthalmology Oculomotor apraxia ( OMA ), is the absence or defect of controlled, voluntary, and purposeful eye movement. [1] It was first described in 1952 by the American ophthalmologist David Glendenning Cogan. [2][…][]

  • Richards-Rundle Syndrome

    sensorineural hearing loss.[] Sensorineural deafness with vestibular hypofunction and peripheral sensory impairment were also present, and intellect was normal.[] Deafness, Mental Retardation, and Progressive Nephropathy Spastic Paresis, Glaucoma, and Mental Retardation Spastic Quadriplegia, Retinitis Pigmentosa, and Mental Retardation[]

  • Refsum Disease

    The cardinal neurological manifestations of the disease include a demyelinating neuropathy, pes cavus, cerebellar ataxia, sensorineural deafness, anosmia and cranial nerve[] The disease usually follows a progressive course, but acute and sub‐acute presentations have been described.[] The disease usually follows a progressive course, but acute and sub-acute presentations have been described.[]

  • Deafness, Autosomal Dominant 23

    Symptoms - Deafness- autosomal dominant nonsyndromic sensorineural 23 Progressive deafness Causes - Deafness- autosomal dominant nonsyndromic sensorineural 23 Not supplied[] sensorineural deafness, 600208 COL11A1 Marshall syndrome, 154780 MYH9 May-Hegglin anomaly, 155100 MITF Melanoma, cutaneous malignant, susceptibility to, 8, 614456 ATP1A2[] […] susceptibility to, 192500 KCNQ1 Long QT syndrome-1, 192500 KCNE1 Long QT syndrome-5, 613695 COL11A1 Lumbar disc herniation, susceptibility to, 603932 MYH9 Macrothrombocytopenia and progressive[]

  • High Myopia-Sensorineural Deafness Syndrome

    Therefore, whenever a child presents with episodic or progressive ataxia and progressive sensorineural deafness, with or without neurologic or cutaneous symptoms, biotinidase[] sensorineural deafness (De Leenheer et al, 2001).[] , Macrothrombocytopenia and progressive sensorineural deafness, Deafness, autosomal dominant 17 AD 25 117 MYO15A Deafness AR 97 235 MYO3A Deafness AR 9 22 MYO6 Deafness, Deafness[]

  • Hereditary Corneal Dystrophy

    , OMIM 217400), Corneal dystrophy with progressive sensorineural deafness, Corneal dystrophy and sensorineural prelingual deafness, Harboyan syndrome.[] Congenital corneal dystrophy: progressive sensorineural deafness in a family. Arch Ophthalmol 1971 ; 85 : 27 –32. Magli A , Capasso L, Foa T, Maurino V, Ventruto V.[] Congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophy with progressive sensorineural deafness (Harboyan syndrome).[]

  • Congenital Deafness

    Four members of a family had the heriditary syndrome of dominantly inherited progressive optic atrophy and congenital sensorineural deafness.[] sensorineural deafness (De Leenheer et al, 2001).[] DFNA9/COCH may initially resemble Meniere's disease , but it progresses and culminates in severe deafness and bilateral vestibular loss.[]

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