Diagnostic and therapeutic strategy in Menière’s disease. Guidelines of the French Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Society (SFORL) Article - Décembre 2017

Jerome Nevoux, Valérie Franco-Vidal, D. Bouccara, Cécile Parietti-Winkler, Alain Uziel, André Chays, Xavier Dubernard, Vincent Couloigner, Vincent Darrouzet, Thierry Mom, Groupe Sforl

Jerome Nevoux, Valérie Franco-Vidal, D. Bouccara, Cécile Parietti-Winkler, Alain Uziel, André Chays, Xavier Dubernard, Vincent Couloigner, Vincent Darrouzet, Thierry Mom, Groupe Sforl, « Diagnostic and therapeutic strategy in Menière’s disease. Guidelines of the French Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Society (SFORL)  », European Annals of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Diseases, décembre 2017, pp. 441-444. ISSN 1879-7296

Abstract

The authors present the guidelines of the French Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Society (Société française d’oto-rhino-laryngologie et de chirurgie de la face et du cou : SFORL) for diagnostic and therapeutic strategy in Menière’s disease. METHODS : A work group was entrusted with a review of the scientific literature on the above topic. Guidelines were drawn up, then read over by an editorial group independent of the work group. The guidelines were graded according to the literature analysis and recommendations grading guide published by the French National Agency for Accreditation and Evaluation in Health (January 2000). RESULTS : Menière’s disease is diagnosed in the presence of the association of four classical clinical items and after eliminating differential diagnoses on MRI. In case of partial presentation, objective audiovestibular tests are recommended. Therapy comprises medical treatment and surgery, either conservative or sacrificing vestibular function. Medical treatment is based on lifestyle improvement, betahistine, diuretics or transtympanic injection of corticosteroids or gentamicin. The main surgical treatments, in order of increasing aggressiveness, are endolymphatic sac surgery, vestibular neurotomy and labyrinthectomy.

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