Delayed endolymphatic hydrops

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  • Title: L-196 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 382
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 34
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Viral labyrinthitis, characterized by severe degenerative changes of the auditory and vestibular sense organs, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    3. Endolymphatic duct, blockage, bilateral

    4. Viral labyrinthitis, right

    5. Endolymphatic hydrops, delayed (the delayed endolymphatic hydrops syndrome), right

  • Title: L-196 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 382
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 34
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Viral labyrinthitis, characterized by severe degenerative changes of the auditory and vestibular sense organs, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    3. Endolymphatic duct, blockage, bilateral

    4. Viral labyrinthitis, right

    5. Endolymphatic hydrops, delayed (the delayed endolymphatic hydrops syndrome), right

  • Title: L-196 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 382
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 34
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Viral labyrinthitis, characterized by severe degenerative changes of the auditory and vestibular sense organs, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    3. Endolymphatic duct, blockage, bilateral

    4. Viral labyrinthitis, right

    5. Endolymphatic hydrops, delayed (the delayed endolymphatic hydrops syndrome), right

  • Title: L-110 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 382
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 34
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Viral labyrinthitis, characterized by severe degenerative changes of the auditory and vestibular sense organs, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    3. Endolymphatic duct, blockage, bilateral

    4. Viral labyrinthitis, right

    5. Endolymphatic hydrops, delayed (the delayed endolymphatic hydrops syndrome), right

  • Title: L-161 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 382
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 34
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Viral labyrinthitis, characterized by severe degenerative changes of the auditory and vestibular sense organs, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    3. Endolymphatic duct, blockage, bilateral

    4. Viral labyrinthitis, right

    5. Endolymphatic hydrops, delayed (the delayed endolymphatic hydrops syndrome), right

  • Title: R-251 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 711
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 73
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Cochleosaccular atrophy with severe hydrops, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, mild, right

    3. Strial atrophy, diffuse, moderate, right (The history and findings would be most compatible with a bilateral viral labyrinthitis at age 53, 20 years before death, with mild hydrops, right ear, and severe cochleosaccular degeneration with hydrops, left ear. The mild hearing loss on the right would be explained by strial atrophy unrelated to the probable labyrinthitis.)

  • Title: R-251 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 711
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 73
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Cochleosaccular atrophy with severe hydrops, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, mild, right

    3. Strial atrophy, diffuse, moderate, right (The history and findings would be most compatible with a bilateral viral labyrinthitis at age 53, 20 years before death, with mild hydrops, right ear, and severe cochleosaccular degeneration with hydrops, left ear. The mild hearing loss on the right would be explained by strial atrophy unrelated to the probable labyrinthitis.)

  • Title: L-231 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 711
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 73
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Cochleosaccular atrophy with severe hydrops, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, mild, right

    3. Strial atrophy, diffuse, moderate, right (The history and findings would be most compatible with a bilateral viral labyrinthitis at age 53, 20 years before death, with mild hydrops, right ear, and severe cochleosaccular degeneration with hydrops, left ear. The mild hearing loss on the right would be explained by strial atrophy unrelated to the probable labyrinthitis.)

  • Title: L-231 Delayed endolymphatic hydrops contra
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Delayed endolymphatic hydrops, Endolymphatic hydrops
  • TB Case Number: 711
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 73
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Cochleosaccular atrophy with severe hydrops, left

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, mild, right

    3. Strial atrophy, diffuse, moderate, right (The history and findings would be most compatible with a bilateral viral labyrinthitis at age 53, 20 years before death, with mild hydrops, right ear, and severe cochleosaccular degeneration with hydrops, left ear. The mild hearing loss on the right would be explained by strial atrophy unrelated to the probable labyrinthitis.)