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Gentamicin vs. Dexamethasone in Meniere’s Disease
Does intratympanic gentamicin or dexamethasone control vertigo in patients with intractable, unilateral Meniere’s disease?
Background: Intratympanic gentamicin demonstrates good control of vertigo but significant incidence of hearing loss and prolonged imbalance associated with higher dosing protocols. Intratympanic steroids have varied control rates of vertigo with a low risk of side effects.
Study design: Prospective, randomized, controlled study.| | | Next → | Single Page