Jan 1, 1993

Acute mountain sickness and Menière disease

Annales d'oto-laryngologie et de chirurgie cervico faciale : bulletin de la Société d'oto-laryngologie des hôpitaux de Paris
H P VerschuurB Frachet

Abstract

A professional mountain guide experienced an attack of vertigo at high altitude (4,000 m). Clinical data and the results of functional tests, were consistent with an attack of Meniere's disease. The physiopathological changes noted at high altitudes, and known as acute mountain sickness, are described. A hypothesis is suggested concerning the mechanism triggering this attack of Meniere's disease at high altitude.

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Acute Mountain Sickness
Acute Disease
Meniere Disease
Positional Vertigo
Vertigo
Altitude Sickness
Physiopathological
Mountaineering
Vertigo as Late Effect of Cerebrovascular Disease
Ménière's Vertigo

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