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Minimally invasive transcanal endoscopic assisted endolymphatic decompression for patient with refractory Ménière’s disease

Journal: Journal of Clinical Images and Medical Case Reports (Vol.2, No. 6)

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Keywords : Meniere’s disease; lateral skull base; transcanal endoscopic assisted technique; transcanal combined endoscopic microscopic approach.;

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Ménière's disease's most typical clinical feature are recurrent episodes of vertigo which may last for a few hours, and associated with some cochlear symptoms, such as hearing loss, tinnitus and sense of aural fullness [3]. Diagnostic criteria of Ménière's disease were refined in 2015, and stated the definite Ménière's disease is characterized with 2 or more spontaneous episodes of vertigo, with each lasting 20 minutes to 12 hours, fluctuating low frequency to mid- frequency sensorineural hearing loss in the affected ear, fluctuating aural symptoms with at least two episodes, such as tinnitus and fullness [5].

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