Labyrinthitis syndrome

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Labyrinthitis syndrome

Labyrinthitis syndrome is caused by an inflammation of the inner ear structure called the labyrinth. The labyrinth is a maze of interconnected fluid-filled channels and canals. Symptoms of labyrinthitis may be vertigo (dizziness), imbalance, nausea and vomiting, or a ringing in the ear. Treatment for labyrinthitis depends upon the individual case, but some may include antiviral medications if bacteria are not the cause. Nausea or vertigo medication and specealized physical therapy programs may also be helpful.

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Vestibular Disorders Association

VEDA's mission is to serve people with vestibular (inner ear balance) disorders by providing access to information, offering a support network, and elevating awareness of the challenges associated with these conditions.

Last Updated: 20 Feb 2013

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Vestibular Disorders Association

VEDA's mission is to serve people with vestibular (inner ear balance) disorders by providing access to information, offering a support network, and elevating awareness of the challenges associated with these conditions.

https://vestibular.org

Last Updated: 20 Feb 2013

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