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2021 Feb

Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi



[Analysis of clinical characteristics of 87 patients with cochlear migraine].


Xie C, Niu W, Ding S, Jia X, Ding X, Wang G, Song J, Liu H
Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi. 2021 Feb; 35(2):112-115.
PMID: 33540990.


The aim of this study is to analyze the clinical features of cochlear migraine. The clinical data of cases of cochlear migraine were collected, and the clinical symptoms and hearing examination results were analyzed. The ratio of male to female patients with cochlear migraine was 1∶3.1; the peak incidence was between 30 to 60 years old; the clinical symptoms were tinnitus in 61 people(70%), mild hearing loss in 52 people(60%), aural fullness in hyperacusis in 13 people(15%), auditory allergy in 9 people(10%) and otalgia in 5 people(6%); the audiology characteristic was that 61.5%(32/52) of patients with hearing loss showed mild high-frequency neurological hearing loss, 34.6%(18/52) of patients showed mild low-frequency neurological hearing loss, and 3.8%(2/52) of patients showed full-frequency mild neurological hearing loss; the effective rate of tinnitus treatment was 57.4%, the effective rate of hearing loss was 71.2%, and the effective rate of aural fullness was 69.2%, the effective rate of hyperacusis is 66.7% and the effective rate of otalgia is 60.0%. The clinical characteristics of cochlear migraine are summarized, which provides a basis for the intervention of anti-migraine treatment programs for inner ear diseases.