How does hydrops cause Meniere attacks?

The first thing a person has to have in order to have a Meniere attack is endolymphatic hydrops, a ballooning of the endolymph-filled labyrinth with a decrease of the cushioning perilymph fluid surrounding it.  Normally these compartments have a careful pressure-regulating system that keeps them from ballooning. Since the inner ear is a pressure sensor—soundContinue reading “How does hydrops cause Meniere attacks?”