Treatments for Meniere’s disease: Fact, Fiction or Biological Plausibility? Part VII

    Ventilating tubes (Myringotomy and tubes) This is a practice that I have never been personally exposed to in my training and experience. Some physicians believe that the pressure associated with Meniere’s disease can be alleviated by creating an opening between the ear canal and the middle ear. This is accomplished by lancing the eardrum and…

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Patient Flow for Vestibular Testing

When performing a full vestibular test battery, there is a logical order of the testing. The arrangement of the test rooms is dictated by the order of the test battery typically used for the dizzy patient. Case history interview and audiometric evaluation should be performed first to assess 1) the health and integrity of the…

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