volume 245, issue 3, P170-174 1988
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464021
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Abstract: In 1974, six patients with incapacitating unilateral Menière's disease were given an empiric treatment with intratympanic gentamycin sulfate via the eustachian tube using a tubal catheter with a small side-branch. These patients then showed excellent results with relief from vertigo over a 13-year period. Since 1980, we have treated patients suffering from Menière's disease with isosorbide. When patients could not be controlled with this therapy, isosorbide was given in addition to intratympanic gentamycin the…

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