Vestibular Neuronitis: A Sudden Vertigo Attack

Vestibular neuronitis is a sudden vertigo attack that is caused by inflammation of the vestibular nerve. The vestibular nerve is responsible for sending signals to the brain about balance and movement. When the vestibular nerve is inflamed, it can send mixed signals to the brain, causing vertigo. Vertigo is a feeling of dizziness or spinning. […]

Infectious Myringitis: A Painful Ear Infection

Infectious myringitis is a painful ear infection that affects the eardrum (myringa). It is caused by bacteria or viruses, and is most common in children. Symptoms of infectious myringitis The main symptom of infectious myringitis is severe ear pain. Other symptoms may include: Fever Drainage from the ear Hearing loss Fullness in the ear Ringing […]

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