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Vestibular neuronitis (acute)

Vestibular neuronitis (acute)

Vestibular neuronitis is the inflammation of the vestibular nerve. Labyrinthitis stands for inflammation of the labyrinth. Both these conditions develop as a result of viral infections. The causes and symptoms of both these conditions are similar. The main cause is a viral infection. Other causes include bacterial infection, trauma to the ear and meningitis. The most prominent symptom is vertigo. Other symptoms are the common cold, flu like symptoms, nystagmus and pain in the ear

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