Meaning of circulatory disturbance in vertebrobasilar system in development sensorineural hearing loss

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  • Authors: Kirichenko IM1, Shonia LI1, Popadyuk VI2, Daihes NA3
  • Affiliations:
    1. Department of ENT the City hospital of Moscow N 4
    2. Russian Peoples' Friendship University
    3. State Scientific Clinical Centre of ENT
  • Issue: No 4 (2010)
  • Pages: 87-93
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/medicine/article/view/2727
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Abstract


Complete vestibulometric, audiological and otoneurological examinations were make in 60 patients from 28 till 75 years with sensory-neural hearing loss. Obtained data had compared to structural changes and hemodynamic parameters of a blood flow on vertebral arteries, to internal carotids, and also with a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Perceptive cochlear-vestibular syndrome was diagnosed in 35 cases. The examination parameters of the blood flow revealed structural changes vertebral arteries: hypoplasias (24%), deformations (35%), asymmetries of diameters (32%). Occlusions and stenoses (11% and 18%) are diagnosed seldom.
In 25 cases with the central cochlear-vestibular syndrome diagnoses more rasping structural and hemodynamic changes: bilaterial deformation vertebral arteries (70%), stenoses and occlusions vertebral arteries (44%), deformation internal carotids (55%), stenosis internal carotids (43%) and occlusion internal carotids (5%).

About the authors

I M Kirichenko

Department of ENT the City hospital of Moscow N 4

Email: loririna@yandex.ru
Department of ENT the City hospital of Moscow N 4

L I Shonia

Department of ENT the City hospital of Moscow N 4

Department of ENT the City hospital of Moscow N 4

V I Popadyuk

Russian Peoples' Friendship University

Кафедра оториноларингологии; Российский университет дружбы народов; Russian Peoples' Friendship University

N A Daihes

State Scientific Clinical Centre of ENT

State Scientific Clinical Centre of ENT

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