Dramatically cure the sudden deafness that medicine has abandoned (2 reports)

Dramatically cure the sudden sensorineural hearing loss that medicine has abandoned (2 reports)

Fujita MD Nakayoshi-cl.Hirai Edogawa-ku Tokyo Japan

The red line is the audiogram after treatment with a previous doctor. The blue line is the audiogram after treatment at our hospital. Numbers are average hearing at 250 Hz, 500 Hz, 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 4 kHz.

Case 1.11 year old Female She was admitted to the university hospital the next day after onset. She got a steroid infusion treatment for a week, but she almost did not recover.

Case 2. 18 years old Male He was admitted to the university hospital from the fourth day onset. He got a steroid infusion treatment for a week, but he almost did not recover.

THERAPY: superior cervical ganglion block(SCGB) 2-3 times / week + Gokaji

RESULTS: We have dramatically improved severe and intractable idiopathic hearing loss (SSHL) which was rare in university hospitals.

Consideration

This report is a treatment report of severe and refractory cases which did not improve in the university hospital. These are not mild cases. I have been treating with reflexive SSLH specialized in SCGB. I have numerous achievements to recover refractory SSLH by superior cervical ganglion block alone, but I can not expect such a drastic improvement. This is because I have never experienced a recovery of more than 60 db with SCGB alone. Therefore, I conclude that Gokaji contributes to the recovery of more than 60 db. Treatment of sudden sensorineural hearing loss includes intratympanic injection, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, stellate ganglionic block, acupuncture. However, in those treatments, I think it is difficult to recover more than 60 db of highly refractory diseases that will not cure at university hospitals. We should not hide the fact that intractable SSHL can be dramatically restored to such a degree with Gokaji combined SCGB.

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