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How can meniere's disease be diagnosed?
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Dr. Anthony Mosley
Neurology
2 doctors agree
In brief: History, exam, eng
Usually based on a good history (discussing the details of your symptoms), physical exam (including hearing, looking into ears, neurologic exam, and vestibular exam), and perhaps formal hearing (audiometry) and balance center testing (vng/eng).
Confirming diagnosis may often depend on seeing how you do with trying some medications as well. Imaging (ct, mri) often done to avoid missing other causes.

In brief: History, exam, eng
Usually based on a good history (discussing the details of your symptoms), physical exam (including hearing, looking into ears, neurologic exam, and vestibular exam), and perhaps formal hearing (audiometry) and balance center testing (vng/eng).
Confirming diagnosis may often depend on seeing how you do with trying some medications as well. Imaging (ct, mri) often done to avoid missing other causes.
Dr. Anthony Mosley
Dr. Anthony Mosley
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Dr. Jed Kwartler
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
In brief: Clinical diagnosis
Meniere's is a clinical diagnosis, with a constellation of symptoms characterized by fluctuating hearing loss, ear fullness, tinnitus that fluctuates and episodic vertigo/spinning that lasts for 10 minutes to hours.
Other conditions are ruled out like vestibular migraine or acoustic neuroma. Tests include mri, hearing test. Sometimes ecog or eng are ordered by these do not "make" the diagnosis.

In brief: Clinical diagnosis
Meniere's is a clinical diagnosis, with a constellation of symptoms characterized by fluctuating hearing loss, ear fullness, tinnitus that fluctuates and episodic vertigo/spinning that lasts for 10 minutes to hours.
Other conditions are ruled out like vestibular migraine or acoustic neuroma. Tests include mri, hearing test. Sometimes ecog or eng are ordered by these do not "make" the diagnosis.
Dr. Jed Kwartler
Dr. Jed Kwartler
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