Table 1

Clinical data of Meniere's disease patients at time of transmastoid labyrinthectomy.

Patient

Age

Sex

Disease Duration

(years)

Side of Disease and Surgery

Vestibular/Caloric Testing


1

70

M

3.5

Right

Absent response on R

2

29

M

10

Left

90% L vestibular paresis

3

58

F

1

Left

81% L vestibular paresis

4

79

F

8

Left

36% L vestibular paresis

5

75

M

5

Left

35% L vestibular paresis

6

77

F

11

Left

25% L vestibular paresis

7

59

M

8

Right

60% R vestibular paresis

8

42

F

3

Left

90% L vestibular paresis

9

82

F

3

Right

Normal

10

83

M

3

Bilateral

(surgery on left)

42% L vestibular paresis

11

56

M

1.5

Right

No record

12

34

F

1.5

Left

Incomplete testing

13

54

M

20

Bilateral

(surgery on left)

50% L vestibular paresis

14

32

M

9

Bilateral

(surgery on left)

B vestibular dysfunction, L > R

15

65

M

1

Right

65% R vestibular paresis

16

81

F

19

Left

85% L vestibular paresis


17

56

M

3

Left

Non-specific, non-localized


†, vestibular testing incomplete secondary to patient intolerance; ‡, static positional nystagmus interfered with caloric measurements.

McCall et al. BMC Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders 2009 9:4   doi:10.1186/1472-6815-9-4

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