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Is cochleosacculotomy an effective treatment for meniere's disease?
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Dr. Marsha Davis
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Maybe
Some have been successful others not.
If you are to this place you should probably start some comparisons between %s of the natural illness versus with and without a successful or unsuccessful procedure..This chart would help you decide if there is more risk or benefits of a surgery with an unclear outcome.

In brief: Maybe
Some have been successful others not.
If you are to this place you should probably start some comparisons between %s of the natural illness versus with and without a successful or unsuccessful procedure..This chart would help you decide if there is more risk or benefits of a surgery with an unclear outcome.
Dr. Marsha Davis
Dr. Marsha Davis
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Dr. Harold Kim
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Yes
It certainly depends on the surgeon, but it will ablate the input of most of your inner ear organs in producing vertigo and increase its effectiveness if your surgeon uses gentamicin.
Know, though, that our hearing will be rendered ineffective with this procedure. More effective than transtympanic gentamicin, less than labyrinthectomy.

In brief: Yes
It certainly depends on the surgeon, but it will ablate the input of most of your inner ear organs in producing vertigo and increase its effectiveness if your surgeon uses gentamicin.
Know, though, that our hearing will be rendered ineffective with this procedure. More effective than transtympanic gentamicin, less than labyrinthectomy.
Dr. Harold Kim
Dr. Harold Kim
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