Menière Disease – Is it a special sort of Migraine? Our experience
In order to confirm that Menière Syndrome or disease meets all parameters of a regular form of migraine in line with International Headache Society, we have carried out a comparative study with E-Loreta among 120 patients who have consulted on diagnosis of Menière Syndrome but accompanied with migraines or some background of them and 85 patients who have consulted exclusively on the typical Menière trilogy, without migraines and no family background of them.
Our investigations lead us to conclude that Menière ‘s disease meets all the conditions of migraines .
In Menière ‘s disease cerebral haemodynamic variations were observed like migraines in 95% of patients.
Brain electrical depolarization and cortical irritative focus are common to both groups of patients.
The only significant difference is an important hyperactivity in the limbic lobe in Meniere Syndrome