PMID: 10352504Jun 3, 1999Paper

Acute sensorineural hearing loss at the Otorhinolaryngology Department of the General Hospital in Subotica 1991-1996

Medicinski pregled
N Rakić

Abstract

Sudden sensorineural hearing loss is an acute hearing loss of a perceptive type, of unknown etiology, in most cases one-sided, or, a every sudden sensorineural deafness that occurs in the period of three days or less. Modern scientific literature points to three possible etiological factors: viral cochleitis, vascular lesion of the labyrinth and unrecognized rupture of the membranous labyrinth. The therapy for this disease is extremely various. There are dozens of reported different (or similar) healing protocols, including vasodilators, Hydroxyethyl starch, low molecular dextran, diuretics, defibrinogenation, fibrmolytic therapy, steroids, prostacyclin, oxygen therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, vitamins, etc. The aim of the study was to recapitulate in brief modern views of etiology and therapy of the sudden sensorineural hearing loss, to analyze cases of this illness within the period of 1991-1996 in our Otorhinolaryngology Department and to compare these data with the same or similar data of other authors. In this study, medical records of patients admitted in the period of 1991-1996 in the Otorhinolaryngology Department of the Health Center in Subotica with a diagnosis of sudden sensorineural hearing loss were used. There ...Continue Reading

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