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  • Title: L-218 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 40
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 78
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Presbycusis, inner ear conductive, bilateral

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops (Meniere’s disease), left

    3. Blockage of the endolymphatic duct, causing endolymphatic hydrops, left

    4. Exostoses, external auditory canal, right (asymmetrical)

    5. Compression artifact, bilateral

    6. Spiral ligament, atrophy, bilateral, greater than normal for age

  • Title: R-285 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 8
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 55
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, manifested by: a. Endolympathic hydrops of cochlear duct and saccule b. Partial loss of hair cells of the organ of Corti

    2. Strial atrophy, moderatly severe, patchy, all turns

    3. Otosclerosis, histological

  • Title: Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 306
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 53
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, cochleovestibular, severe, right

    3. Utriculoendolymphatic valve, pressure occlusion, Meniere’s disease, right

    4. Utricle, macula, pressure displacement and atrophy, Meniere’s disease, right

    5. Stain, acidophilic, utricle and canals, right

  • Title: R-231 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Cupulolithiasis, Endolymphatic hydrops, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 306
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 53
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, cochleovestibular, severe, right

    3. Utriculoendolymphatic valve, pressure occlusion, Meniere’s disease, right

    4. Utricle, macula, pressure displacement and atrophy, Meniere’s disease, right

    5. Stain, acidophilic, utricle and canals, right

  • Title: R-171 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 306
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 53
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right

    2. Endolymphatic hydrops, cochleovestibular, severe, right

    3. Utriculoendolymphatic valve, pressure occlusion, Meniere’s disease, right

    4. Utricle, macula, pressure displacement and atrophy, Meniere’s disease, right

    5. Stain, acidophilic, utricle and canals, right

  • Title: R-229 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 361
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 86
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, left

    2. Neural presbycusis, bilateral

    3. Strial presbycusis, bilateral

    4. Neuronal degeneration, apical turn, left

  • Title: L-311 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 361
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 86
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, left

    2. Neural presbycusis, bilateral

    3. Strial presbycusis, bilateral

    4. Neuronal degeneration, apical turn, left

  • Title: R-131 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 377
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease (endolymphatic hydrops), right

    2. Organ of Corti, atrophy, severe, associated with endolymphatic hydrops, right

    3. Otitis media, mild, terminal, bilateral

  • Title: R-181 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 377
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease (endolymphatic hydrops), right

    2. Organ of Corti, atrophy, severe, associated with endolymphatic hydrops, right

    3. Otitis media, mild, terminal, bilateral

  • Title: L-211 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 377
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease (endolymphatic hydrops), right

    2. Organ of Corti, atrophy, severe, associated with endolymphatic hydrops, right

    3. Otitis media, mild, terminal, bilateral

  • Title: Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 377
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease (endolymphatic hydrops), right

    2. Organ of Corti, atrophy, severe, associated with endolymphatic hydrops, right

    3. Otitis media, mild, terminal, bilateral

  • Title: L-192 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 377
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 58
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease (endolymphatic hydrops), right

    2. Organ of Corti, atrophy, severe, associated with endolymphatic hydrops, right

    3. Otitis media, mild, terminal, bilateral

  • Title: R-212 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 445
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 87
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right

    2. Cochlear lesion, apical, right

    3. Endolymphatic duct, fibrosis, right

    4. Endolymphatic sac, fibrosis, right

    5. Otitis media, right

    6. Hemorrhage, bone marrow, agonal, left

    7. Neural atrophy, primary, bilateral

  • Title: L-191 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 553
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 83
  • otologic_dx:

    1) Tympanomastoiditis, chronic, healed, inactive, manifested by retraction pocket, tympanic fibrosis, and mastoid sclerosis, right ear

    2. Stapedectomy and insertion of tef-wire piston prosthesis, right ear

    3) Impingement of piston on saccule with obstruction of longitudinal endolymph flow and hydrops of cochlear duct and saccule, right ear

    4) Diminutive sigmoid sinus, right ear

    5) Meniere’s disease, left ear

  • Title: L-191 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 553
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 83
  • otologic_dx:

    1) Tympanomastoiditis, chronic, healed, inactive, manifested by retraction pocket, tympanic fibrosis, and mastoid sclerosis, right ear

    2. Stapedectomy and insertion of tef-wire piston prosthesis, right ear

    3) Impingement of piston on saccule with obstruction of longitudinal endolymph flow and hydrops of cochlear duct and saccule, right ear

    4) Diminutive sigmoid sinus, right ear

    5) Meniere’s disease, left ear

  • Title: R-240 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 556
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 66
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right ear

    2. Rupture and collapse of the pars inferior (cochlear duct and saccule) correlating functionally with subsidence of vertiginous episodes during the last six months of life

    3. Normal hair cell populations, cochlear and vestibular systems, right ear

    4. No significant pathological change to account for high-tone hearing loss, left ear

  • Title: R-290 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 556
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 66
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right ear

    2. Rupture and collapse of the pars inferior (cochlear duct and saccule) correlating functionally with subsidence of vertiginous episodes during the last six months of life

    3. Normal hair cell populations, cochlear and vestibular systems, right ear

    4. No significant pathological change to account for high-tone hearing loss, left ear

  • Title: L-211 Menieres
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 725
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 42
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    2. Osseous obliteration of vestibular aqueduct, left

    3. Osseous obliteration, perilymphatic spaces, superior and lateral canals, left

  • Title: L-211 Menieres
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 725
  • Gender: Male
  • Age(yrs.): 42
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    2. Osseous obliteration of vestibular aqueduct, left

    3. Osseous obliteration, perilymphatic spaces, superior and lateral canals, left

  • Title: L-171 Menieres
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 425
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 42
  • otologic_dx:
    1. Endolymphatic hydrops, left
    2. Osseous obliteration of vestibular aqueduct, left
    3. Osseous obliteration, perilymphatic spaces, superior and lateral canals, left
  • Title: L-171 Menieres
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 725
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 42
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    2. Osseous obliteration of vestibular aqueduct, left

    3. Osseous obliteration, perilymphatic spaces, superior and lateral canals, left

  • Title: L-21 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 725
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 42
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Endolymphatic hydrops, left

    2. Osseous obliteration of vestibular aqueduct, left

    3. Osseous obliteration, perilymphatic spaces, superior and lateral canals, left

  • Title: R-83 Menieres
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 759
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 52
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right, as manifested by: a. Dilatation of the utricle, saccule and ampullae b. Ruptures of the ampullary walls

    2. Small atrophied and fibrotic endolymphatic sac, right ear

    3. Removal artifact, right cochlea

    4. Normal left ear

  • Title: R-83 Menieres
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 759
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 52
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right, as manifested by: a. Dilatation of the utricle, saccule and ampullae b. Ruptures of the ampullary walls

    2. Small atrophied and fibrotic endolymphatic sac, right ear

    3. Removal artifact, right cochlea

    4. Normal left ear

  • Title: R-260 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 759
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 52
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right, as manifested by: a. Dilatation of the utricle, saccule and ampullae b. Ruptures of the ampullary walls

    2. Small atrophied and fibrotic endolymphatic sac, right ear

    3. Removal artifact, right cochlea

    4. Normal left ear

  • Title: R-110 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 759
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 52
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right, as manifested by: a. Dilatation of the utricle, saccule and ampullae b. Ruptures of the ampullary walls

    2. Small atrophied and fibrotic endolymphatic sac, right ear

    3. Removal artifact, right cochlea

    4. Normal left ear

  • Title: R-110 Meniere’s
  • Chapter: Disorders of Unknown Cause
  • Chapter section: Endolymphatic hydrops, Meniere's disease, unilateral
  • TB Case Number: 759
  • Gender: Female
  • Age(yrs.): 52
  • otologic_dx:

    1. Meniere’s disease, right, as manifested by: a. Dilatation of the utricle, saccule and ampullae b. Ruptures of the ampullary walls

    2. Small atrophied and fibrotic endolymphatic sac, right ear

    3. Removal artifact, right cochlea

    4. Normal left ear