Treatments for Meniere’s disease: Fact, Fiction or Biological Plausibility-Part IX

                                      Gentamicin Intra-Tympanic Gentamicin (ITG) is considered an “ablative” procedure. While most of the treatments discussed in the earlier blogs in this series are intended to “repair” or regulate the fluid dynamics of the diseased labyrinth, ITG does not have the same goal. When the diagnosis is certain, the diseased ear has been identified, and…

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Meniere’s disease: Fact, Fiction or Biological Plausibility, Part VIII

Meniere’s disease and herbal supplements     Over the Counter Supplements 1. pla•ce•bo/pləˈsēbō/ Noun: 1. A harmless pill, medicine, or procedure prescribed more for the psychological benefit to the patient than for any physiological effect. 2. A substance that has no therapeutic effect, used as a control in testing new drugs. I figured I would start…

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