Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome

Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome (SCDS) is a relatively recently discovered syndrome involving an abnormality of the inner ear that can be responsible for a number of bothersome symptoms. It was first described by Dr. Lloyd Minor at Johns Hopkins University.  SCDS is a developmental condition where the bone that separates the inner ear from the…

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Meniere’s Disease: Case Study

This week we have a contribution from Ken Stallons, a Meniere’s patient who also just happens to be an audiologist. I would describe this as an anecdotal report of treatment efficacy, specifically related to salt restrictions as a conservative treatment option for Meniere’s disease. A couple of years ago, I did a multi-part series on…

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