Yıl: 2022 Cilt: 21 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 196 - 206 Metin Dili: İngilizce İndeks Tarihi: 08-05-2023

TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS

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Objective: This study aimed to determine the differences between the right and left ear temperatures of patients with vertigo. It also aimed to correlate the results in order to develop definitions for the pathophysiology of the diseases based on the data. Thus, we designed a study to record bilateral tympanic membrane temperatures on 137 vertiginous patients who were seen at our vertigo clinic. Materials and Methods: The study was carried out in patients who applied to Istanbul Florence Nightingale Hospital Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases Clinic with the complaint of dizziness. After confirming that there was no abnormality in the otoscopic examination, the temperature of both ears were measured with a thermometer, prior to the vestibular examination being carried out in the vestibular laboratory with the presumptive diagnosis of true vertigo. The data recorded include the patient's demographic information, examination findings, and the results obtained from the vestibular laboratory. Mean, standard deviation, median, minimum, maximum value frequency, and percentage were used for descriptive statistics. Results: A total of 137 patients were included in the study. No significant (p > 0.05) difference was observed between pathologic Side and other Side measurements in the benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) group, Ménière's disease group, or vestibulopathy group. Nystagmus at presentation in the group without otologic pathology, i.e. those patients without overt vestibular pathology, was significantly (p < 0.05) higher than in the BPPV, Meniere's, or vestibulopathy groups. Conclusion: Our study failed to disclose any significant difference of tympanic membrane temperatures in patients with vertiginous complaints.
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VERTİJİNÖZ BELİRTİLERİ OLAN HASTALARDA KULAK ZARI ISILARI

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Amaç: Bu çalışmada vertigosu olan hastaların sağ ve sol kulak ısılarının arasındaki farkların incelenmesi amaçlanmıştır. İkinci bir amaç da hastalıkların patofizyolojileri ile elde edilmiş veriler arasında korrelasyon araştırılması olmuştur. Bu amaçlara yönelik olarak kliniğimizde görülmüş olan 137 vertigolu hastanın bilateral kulak ısıları üzerine bir çalışma tasarlanmıştır. Materyel ve Metod: Bu çalışma Istanbul Florence Nightingale Hastanesi Kulak Burun Boğaz Hastalıkları Kliniğine baş dönmesi yakınması ile başvuran hastalarda yapılmıştır. Otoskopik olarak herhangi bir patoloji olmadığı saptandıktan sonra termometre ile her iki kulak ısısı ölçülmüş ve gerçek vertigo ön tanısı ile hastalar vestibüler laboratuvara alınmışlardır. Edinilen veriler hastaya ait demografik bilgiler, muayene bulguları ve vestibüler laboratuvarda elde edilenlerden ibarettir. Ortalama, standart sapma, ortanca, minimum ve maksimum değer sıklığı ve yüzdeler tanımlayıcı istatistiksel olarak çalışılmıştır. Sonuçlar: Toplam 137 hasta çalışılmıştır. Benign paroksizmal pozisyonel vertigo (BPPV) grubu, Meniyer hastalığı grubu veya vestibulopati gruplarında patolojik kulak ile diğer kulak araında istatistiksel anlamlı fark saptanmamıştır (p > 0.05). Otolojik patoloji saptanmamış olanlarda, yani vestibüler systemin patolojisi olmadığını düşündüğümüz hastalarda nistagmus varlığı BPPV, Meniyer veya vestibulopati gruplarına göre istatistiksel olarak daha sık görülmüştür (p < 0.05). Yorum: Çalışmamızda vertijinöz belirtileri olan hastalarda kulaklar arası ısı farklılığı gösterilememiştir.
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APA Celikoyar M, Yürekli Z, Türker Botanlıoğlu T (2022). TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. , 196 - 206.
Chicago Celikoyar Mazhar,Yürekli Zeynep Serra,Türker Botanlıoğlu Tuğçe TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. (2022): 196 - 206.
MLA Celikoyar Mazhar,Yürekli Zeynep Serra,Türker Botanlıoğlu Tuğçe TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. , 2022, ss.196 - 206.
AMA Celikoyar M,Yürekli Z,Türker Botanlıoğlu T TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. . 2022; 196 - 206.
Vancouver Celikoyar M,Yürekli Z,Türker Botanlıoğlu T TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. . 2022; 196 - 206.
IEEE Celikoyar M,Yürekli Z,Türker Botanlıoğlu T "TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS." , ss.196 - 206, 2022.
ISNAD Celikoyar, Mazhar vd. "TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS". (2022), 196-206.
APA Celikoyar M, Yürekli Z, Türker Botanlıoğlu T (2022). TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. KBB-Forum, 21(4), 196 - 206.
Chicago Celikoyar Mazhar,Yürekli Zeynep Serra,Türker Botanlıoğlu Tuğçe TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. KBB-Forum 21, no.4 (2022): 196 - 206.
MLA Celikoyar Mazhar,Yürekli Zeynep Serra,Türker Botanlıoğlu Tuğçe TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. KBB-Forum, vol.21, no.4, 2022, ss.196 - 206.
AMA Celikoyar M,Yürekli Z,Türker Botanlıoğlu T TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. KBB-Forum. 2022; 21(4): 196 - 206.
Vancouver Celikoyar M,Yürekli Z,Türker Botanlıoğlu T TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS. KBB-Forum. 2022; 21(4): 196 - 206.
IEEE Celikoyar M,Yürekli Z,Türker Botanlıoğlu T "TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS." KBB-Forum, 21, ss.196 - 206, 2022.
ISNAD Celikoyar, Mazhar vd. "TYMPANIC MEMBRANE TEMPERATURES OF VERTIGINOUS PATIENTS". KBB-Forum 21/4 (2022), 196-206.