Tinnitus and vertigo
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Endolymphatic ducts and sacs are faintly visualized bilaterally worse on the left. Vestibular aqueducts are also stenotic.
Meniere's disease is largely a clinical diagnosis but radiologic diagnosis can be achieved with high resolution dedicated imaging of the petrous temporal bones. Both CT or MRI could be considered for any clinically suspected Meniere's disease.
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