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  Patronage of the Polish Society of Audiology and Phoniatrics

vol 8. no 3. September 2009  

 Review articles
Diagnosis of Ménière’s disease
Katarzyna Piercha³a

Diagnosis of Ménière’s disease is based on the typical clinical
symptoms and documented hearing loss. Diagnostic methods
used in Ménière’s disease can be classified into routine and
extended tests. Routine tests include: pure tone audiometry,
speech audiometry, ABR, spontaneous nystagmus recording
and caloric test. Extended tests include: electrocochleography,
glycerol test, otoacoustic emissions, vestibular evoked myogenic
potentials and others. Very interesting information may be
obtained from high resolution computed tomography and
magnetic resonance testing. There is no 100%-sensitive test
for diagnosing Ménière’s disease, but cited methods allow to
exclude retrocochlear pathology and increase our knowledge
about the physiology of the inner ear.

keywords: choroba Ménière’a, diagnostyka, Ménière’s disease, diagnostics

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