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Electrocochleography for Ménière's disease: is it reliable?

Introduction: Endolymphatic hydrops, the histopathological substrate of Ménière's disease, is an almost universal finding in postmortem studies of patients with this disease. The cause of hydrops is still unknown, as is the mechanism by which it causes progressive dysfunction of the sensory organs o... Full description

Journal Title: Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology 01 December 2014, Vol.80(6), pp.527-532
Main Author: Lamounier, Pauliana
Other Authors: Gobbo, Débora Aparecida , Souza, Thiago Silva Almeida de , Oliveira, Carlos Augusto Costa Pires de , Bahmad Jr, Fayez
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  • Lamounier, Pauliana
  • Gobbo, Débora Aparecida
  • Souza, Thiago Silva Almeida de
  • Oliveira, Carlos Augusto Costa Pires de
  • Bahmad Jr, Fayez
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  • Otorhinolaryngology
  • Hidropisia Endolinfática
  • Doença de Ménière
  • Audiometria de Resposta Evocada
  • Endolymphatic Hydrops
  • Ménière Disease
  • Audiometry Evoked Response
  • Medicine
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description: Introduction: Endolymphatic hydrops, the histopathological substrate of Ménière's disease, is an almost universal finding in postmortem studies of patients with this disease. The cause of hydrops is still unknown, as is the mechanism by which it causes progressive dysfunction of the sensory organs of inner ear. The fluctuating course of the disease complicates the interpretation of certain tests, such as electrocochleography; thus, for some authors its diagnostic value is questionable. Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the clinical applicability of electrocochleography in the diagnosis of hydrops. It is a valuable tool, but still generates conflicting opinions among otolaryngologists. Methods: Systematic review of the literature on electrocochleography in patients diagnosed with endolymphatic hydrops. Results: A total of 34 articles regarding the use of electrocochleography in patients with hydrops, from the year 2000 onwards, were selected. Of these, 15 were excluded from the review as they were not observational studies. Only one cross-sectional study addressing the clinical use of electrocochleography by otolaryngologists was included. Conclusion: Electrocochleography is a valuable tool in the diagnosis of hydrops, as it is a non-invasive, easy to handle procedure, which offers new techniques to increase the sensitivity of the test, and thereby assists otolaryngologists in the management of Ménière's disease.
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Introduction: Endolymphatic hydrops, the histopathological substrate of Ménière's disease, is an almost universal finding in postmortem studies of patients with this disease. The cause of hydrops is still unknown, as is the mechanism by which it causes progressive dysfunction of the sensory organs of inner ear. The fluctuating course of the disease complicates the interpretation of certain tests, such as electrocochleography; thus, for some authors its diagnostic value is questionable. Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the clinical applicability of electrocochleography in the diagnosis of hydrops. It is a valuable tool, but still generates conflicting opinions among otolaryngologists. Methods: Systematic review of the literature on electrocochleography in patients diagnosed with endolymphatic hydrops. Results: A total of 34 articles regarding the use of electrocochleography in patients with hydrops, from the year 2000 onwards, were selected. Of these, 15 were excluded from the review as they were not observational studies. Only one cross-sectional study addressing the clinical use of electrocochleography by otolaryngologists was included. Conclusion: Electrocochleography is a valuable tool in the diagnosis of hydrops, as it is a non-invasive, easy to handle procedure, which offers new techniques to increase the sensitivity of the test, and thereby assists otolaryngologists in the management of Ménière's disease.

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