is a baterially or virally caused inflammation of the inner ear . It can cause vertigo and dizziness. For more info click here.
An inflammation, usually caused by viruses, of the labyrinth. The hearing is usually not affected.
a viral infection in the vestibular canal which may cause vertigo.
inflammation of the inner ear; can cause vertigo and vomiting
Inflammation of labyrinth. Symptoms consist of vertigo, vomiting and/or nystagmus.
Inflammation of the labyrinth affacting hearing, balance or both. Back to the Audiology Clinic main page
An inflammation of the labyrinth that maintains balance; can cause a feeling that one's surroundings are spinning around (known as vertigo)
viral or bacterial infection or inflammation of the inner ear that can cause dizziness, loss of balance, and temporary hearing loss.
An inflammation of the labyrinth which can be caused by a virus which results in vertigo and often tinnitus.
inflammation of the labyrinth of the inner ear
A viral infection, or other inflammation of the labyrinth.
An inflammatory condition of the labyrinth.
Labyrinthitis is a balance disorder that usually follows an upper respiratory tract infection (URI). It is, as the name suggests, an inflammatory process affecting the labyrinths that house the vestibular system (which sense changes in head position) of the inner ear.