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The Developmental Pattern of Experimental Hydrops in the Endolymphatic Space

  • Yoshiro Yazawa

Abstract

Endolymphatic hydrops in the temporal bones of Ménière’s disease patients was first described in 1938 by Yamakawa [1] and Hallpike and Cairns [2]. The first successful experimental induction of this condition was by Naito [3] and Kimura and Schuknecht [4], who, in separate studies, produced endolymphatic hydrops in guinea pigs through the obliteration of the endolymphatic duct or sac.

Keywords

Temporal Bone Basal Turn Endolymphatic Hydrops Cochlear Duct Cochlear Aqueduct 
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  • Yoshiro Yazawa

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