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Vertigo Surgical Treatment in Indore

Dr. Nilesh Dehariya, Senior Laser Proctologist
Dr. Nilesh Dehariya
Senior Laser Proctologist in Indore

Vertigo Surgical Treatment at Intimate Clinic Indore

Surgical interventions for vertigo are typically considered in specific cases where the vertigo is associated with structural problems in the inner ear or other related areas. It’s important to note that surgery is generally considered when conservative treatments have not been effective, and the decision is made on a case-by-case basis after a thorough evaluation by a healthcare professional, often a neurotologist or an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist. Here are some surgical options for certain causes of vertigo:

  1. Labyrinthectomy:

    • This procedure involves the removal of the entire inner ear (labyrinth) and is usually considered in severe cases of intractable vertigo when other treatments have failed. It results in a loss of hearing on that side.
  2. Vestibular Nerve Section (Vestibular Neurectomy):

    • In cases of vertigo caused by vestibular nerve dysfunction, a vestibular nerve section may be performed. This involves cutting or selectively damaging the vestibular nerve to alleviate symptoms.
  3. Cochlear Implant Surgery:

    • Cochlear implants, primarily used for restoring hearing in individuals with profound hearing loss, may have an impact on certain types of vertigo, particularly if it is related to inner ear dysfunction.
  4. Endolymphatic Sac Decompression Surgery:

    • This procedure is sometimes performed for individuals with Meniere’s disease, a condition characterized by recurrent vertigo, hearing loss, and ringing in the ears. It involves removing a small piece of bone to decompress the endolymphatic sac.
  5. Semicircular Canal Occlusion:

    • In cases of severe benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) that doesn’t respond to other treatments, surgical occlusion of the affected semicircular canal may be considered.
  6. Inner Ear Microvascular Decompression (MVD):

    • MVD is a surgical procedure where blood vessels causing compression on the inner ear nerves are repositioned to relieve vertigo symptoms.

It’s important to emphasize that surgical interventions for vertigo are specific to the underlying cause, and not all cases of vertigo are suitable for surgical treatment. The decision to undergo surgery is made after a comprehensive evaluation of the patient’s medical history, symptoms, and diagnostic tests.

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