labyrinthitis

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labyrinthitis

[‚lab·ə·rən′thīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the labyrinth of the inner ear.
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With just 24 hours to go before the NEC Arena gig, bass player Mike Mills was still out of action with an inner ear infection that had led to two shows being scrapped.
Q My doctor said I've been left with a balance problem after an inner ear infection. I don't know what to do as it's proving to be disabling.
Seriously, though, this behavior is to be distinguished from the dramatic tilting of the head that may suggest an inner ear infection (the inner ear is important for the maintenance of balance) or that may be seen when cats have ear mites or an external ear infection.
"Dad had a bit of a dizzy spell so he went to the doctors and he was told he'd got an inner ear infection," said the trainer's son and assistant David.
'Added to that, I'd had an inner ear infection, and had been given steroids to counteract it, but they were fierce drugs.
Doctors could not perform a brain scan because of her pregnancy and suspected an inner ear infection.
Australian serve specialist Alicia Molik has withdrawn from Wimbledon due to an inner ear infection.
'He got the flu that everyone in Europe seems to have, but it dovetailed into an inner ear infection which compounded how bad he was.
The youngster had been withdrawn with an inner ear infection which effected his balance, but is expected to be back in action tonight against the same opposition at the Newcastle Stadium in the league, although that is subject to BSPA authorisation.
Following the withdrawals of Oliver Wilson, Soren Hansen (both bad backs) and Robert Karlsson (inner ear infection), the only member of last year's team in this week's line-up is Miguel Angel Jimenez.
Doctors could not perform a brain scan because of her pregnancy and suspected an inner ear infection, After two days, Kimberley suddenly stopped breathing and fell into a coma.
X-rays have shown that skipper Scott Gibbs didn't break a knuckle out in France as first feared, but he remains a doubt having also picked up a bang on the head and he is currently on antibiotics for an inner ear infection.