Sudden sensorineural hearing loss results of intratympanic steroids as salvage treatment

Sudden hearing loss - or sudden sensorineural hearing loss - is defined as a loss greater than 30dB in three contiguous frequencies, occurring over a period of less than three days.

Sudden sensorineural hearing loss  (SSNHL) may be noticed upon awakening in the morning or develop rapidly over hours or days. You may hear a ”?pop' in the ear prior to the hearing loss.

70% of Sudden sensorineural hearing loss  patients also suffer from tinnitus. Vertigo is present in 50% of the Sudden sensorineural hearing loss  cases.

Sudden sensorineural hearing loss results of intratympanic steroids as salvage treatment

sudden sensorineural hearing loss results of intratympanic steroids as salvage treatment

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