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What is Meniere's Disease?

Description of the disease

Meniere's disease is a chronic ear, nose, and throat condition that causes episodes of vestibular nerve dysfunction. It is named after the French physician Prosper Meniere, who first described this condition in 1861.


  • Inner form
  • Outer form
  • Mixed form


  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Hearing loss


The exact cause of Meniere's disease is unknown. However, it is believed to be associated with abnormalities in the inner ear and possibly has a genetic nature.


Diagnosis of Meniere's disease includes audiometry, electronystagmography, magnetic resonance imaging, and other tests.


Treatment of Meniere's disease aims to alleviate symptoms. This may include the use of anti-vertigo medications, corticosteroids, physiotherapy, and a low-salt diet.


Currently, there are no specific methods for preventing Meniere's disease. However, a healthy lifestyle, including balanced nutrition, regular physical activity, and stress management, may contribute to improvement.


To diagnose and treat Meniere's disease, it is necessary to consult an otolaryngologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.