Psychological characteristics of patients with Ménière's disease compared with patients with vertigo, tinnitus, or hearing loss

March 1, 2007
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Abstract. An association between Ménière's disease and psychological distress is frequently reported. Patients who do not have Ménière's disease but who have similar symptoms also experience various kinds of psychological disturbances. We conducted a study to investigate the relationship between Ménière's disease and personality traits, illness behavior, depression, and anxiety.

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