Labyrinthine Anomaly and Endolymphatic Hydrops
Goin et al.  operated on 16 ears with Mondini’s anomaly and obtained satisfactory hearing improvement in 4 of them. Sadé and Yaniv  reported on vertigo which started in childhood and suggested that some of the hearing loss with vertigo in children was due to Ménière’s disease. Recently, Levenson et al.  proposed the existence of the large vestibular aqueduct syndrome in children who have downward fluctuating hearing losses.
KeywordsHearing Loss Otitis Medium Temporal Bone Sensorineural Hearing Loss Endolymphatic Hydrops
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