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Diseases of the Inner Ear – Labyrinthitis

Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment of labyrinthitis Labyrinthitis reason is not entirely clear. Most often, the disease is triggered by upper respiratory tract infection (cold, flu). Less often, the cause of labyrinthitis is an infection of the middle ear. Even rarer labyrinthitis can be caused by a bacterial infection. Labyrinthitis – an inflammation of the inner [...]

Inner Ear Infection

In the occurrence and development of inner ear infection and auditory nerve have a great importance of properties of the microbe or virus, their affinity to various tissues and systems. This explains the diversity of clinical symptomatology, course and outcome of diseases of the inner ear in various infections. One of the most significant properties [...]

Understanding Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

The Eustachian tube is found between the middle ear and the back of your nose. Adults have approximately three or four centimeters of tubing connecting the two. For optimal hearing the air pressure in each of your ears should be relatively equal. This keeps the balance of your inner ear and maintains steady/equal pressure for [...]