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VeStibUIOCOchlear symptoms after cervical trauma remain a matter of controversy. This controversy is due to the difficulty in interpreting vague symptoms, the lack of objective findings, and the unpredictable time span between trauma and onset of symptoms. Cervicogenic vestibulocochlear symptoms include vertigo, hearing loss, and tinnitus and frequently are used in the same context, suggesting a common mechanism. Experience with treatment, however, shows that symptoms respond quite differently and, generally, tinnitus is the least responsive.

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Author(s): B Franz G CollisBrown P Altidis B Altidis and N Cummings


Cervical Trauma , Cervicogenic vestibulocochlear symptoms , cervical ganglion, Cervical Trauma , Cervicogenic vestibulocochlear symptoms , cervical ganglion

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