Cluster analysis of auditory and vestibular test results in definite menière’s disease

We have identified four distinct profiles of patients with definite Menière’s disease that we consider as “mildly active elderly,” “mildly active young,” “active compensated,” and “active uncompensated.” We have demonstrated that only in a restricted population of patients can the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery staging system provide analysis of subtypes of the disease.

from The Laryngoscope

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