Aural problems

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Aural problems occur as part of a wide range of signs and symptoms in ME/CFS. These include ear pain, hearing loss, hyperacuity, misophonia, tinnitus and vertigo.

Notable studies[edit]

Few studies have been done on aural problems in ME/CFS.

  • Pall, Martin L.; Bedient, Sabrina A. (2007), "The NO/ONOO- cycle as the etiological mechanism of tinnitus", The International Tinnitus Journal, 13 (2): 99–104, ISSN 0946-5448, PMID 18229788 

Vestibular Dysfunction[edit]

  • Ash-Bernal, R.; Wall, C.; Komaroff, A. L.; Bell, D.; Oas, J. G.; Payman, R. N.; Fagioli, L. R. (January 1995), "Vestibular function test anomalies in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome", Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 115 (1): 9–17, ISSN 0001-6489, PMID 7762393 
  • Ash-Bernal, R.; Wall, C.; Komaroff, A. L.; Bell, D.; Oas, J. G.; Payman, R. N.; Fagioli, L. R. (January 1995), "Vestibular function test anomalies in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome", Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 115 (1): 9–17, ISSN 0001-6489, PMID 7762393 
  • Palaniappan, Rudrapathy; Sirimanna, Tony (2002-05-31), "Peripheral vestibular dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome", International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 64 (1): 69–72, ISSN 0165-5876, PMID 12020917 

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