Intratympanic steroids for Ménière’s disease or syndrome

Authors’ conclusions
The results of a single trial provide limited evidence to support the effectiveness of intratympanic steroids in patients with Ménière’s disease. This trial demonstrated a statistically and clinically significant improvement of the frequency and severity of vertigo measured 24 months after the treatment was administered. It is important to note that there were a few aspects of the study which we were unable to clarify with the study authors.

from The Cochrane Library


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