2020
DOI: 10.1590/1982-0216/20202214719
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Association between diabetes and vestibular dysfunction: an integrative review

Abstract: Purpose: to identify, in the literature, the factors associated with the development of vestibular dysfunctions in individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM2). Methods: an integrative review of the literature, whose survey was conducted in the databases ISI, SciELO, LILACS and PubMed, using the following descriptors: “type 2 diabetes mellitus”, “vertigo”, “dizziness”, and “vestibular diseases". Articles published in the last 10 years that answered the research question (“What factors are associated with t… Show more

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“…We observed that VNG manifestations indicating central VD were more prevalent than peripheral type (67.86 vs. 29.28%). Central VD manifestations included altered oculomotor movements (saccadic, tracking, and optokinetic), bilateral caloric hyporesponsiveness, and downbeating positional nystagmus without torsional component [Biurrun et al, 1991; Gawron et al, 2002;de Toledo et al, 2020]. Manifestations of peripheral VD included dizziness (28.57%), UW (15%), vertical-torsional positional nystagmus (2.5%), and unilateral deficiency type of post head-shaking nystagmus (5%).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…We observed that VNG manifestations indicating central VD were more prevalent than peripheral type (67.86 vs. 29.28%). Central VD manifestations included altered oculomotor movements (saccadic, tracking, and optokinetic), bilateral caloric hyporesponsiveness, and downbeating positional nystagmus without torsional component [Biurrun et al, 1991; Gawron et al, 2002;de Toledo et al, 2020]. Manifestations of peripheral VD included dizziness (28.57%), UW (15%), vertical-torsional positional nystagmus (2.5%), and unilateral deficiency type of post head-shaking nystagmus (5%).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The role of MDA in screening diabetic patients for determining their risk of developing cochleopathy that can lead to irreversible sensorineural hearing loss has been illustrated by studies (17). Poorly controlled/uncontrolled/chronic diabetic patients are more susceptible to develop vestibulopathy (18,19).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%