Volume 5 Issue 1
Tinnitus in Meniere’s disease
Mohamed Salah El Gandy 1, 2 Richard S. Tyler *2,3
Meniere’s disease is a chronic disease characterized by vertigo, hearing loss tinnitus and sensation of aural fullness. Tinnitus is one of Meniere’s disease primary clue symptoms. Various studies were done to assess vertigo and hearing deficit but only few ones relate to the clinical characteristic, diagnosis and treatment of tinnitus. Our paper provides a focus on tinnitus to clarify at what extent Meniere’s disease could play an important role in some types of chronic tinnitus sufferers.