Vertigo of Auditory Nerve
Vertigo from congestion, (<) on stooping, STAGGERS TO THE RIGHT(<) as if drunk, with blackness before eyes when shaking head; from sudden suppression of menses; by cold;roaring, humming, ringing in ears; external ear hot and red and noise intolerable, music goes through every limbs, makes her sad.
Vertigo, especially (<) when lying down or shutting eyes; when moving head feels as if everything turned with him; noises in ears caused by rush of blood to thee head, with great sensitiveness to sound; hard hearing from conclusions.
Vertigo when walking in the own air, as if he were drunk, and FAILS TO THE LEFT SIDE he is forced to lie down; but even then vertigo return on slightest motion; tearing, boring, pains in forehead and temples, especially on left side; tension in ear, deafness and tinnitus;; tension in eyes, with diminution of sight,(<) when fixing eyes upon something, less when closing them, nervous palpitations.
Sudden attacks of vertigo, especially when sitting, sharp pains temples nearly every day, with fainting spells, ears feel as if stopped up or as if some one were quickly pressing on tympanum with a blunt instrument, dim sight, objects fade away.
Chronic headache with roaring, buzzing and hissing in head and ears; nightly tearing and digging in head; on turning head cracking and snapping in ears; REVERBERATION OF ALL SOUNDS, EVEN OF ONES OWN VOICE.
Noises in the ear so great as to exclude every other sound; visible hyperaemia of the retina, followed by dullness of vision without perceptible structural change, and a diploma from disorder of the muscles, caused by prolonged fatigue of digestion and widespread nervous derangement.
Objects seen double or black; hard of hearing; DISCHARGE OF BLOOD FROM EARS; cerebral and spinal disturbance; detonation in ears when swallowing; roaring before both ears; worse in room than in open air.
Vertigo, as if he were turning in a circle, when rising form his seat followed by a complete loss of muscular power throughout the body; hypermetropia, a pulling sensation in orbit, as from the muscles of the eyeball.
Vertigo on rising up or on walking; GREAT TENDENCY TO FALL BACKWARD, especially on ascending stairs; sudden ringing in ears, particularly the right one; unsteady gait; intense vertigo which does not cause nausea.
Vertigo while stopping and looking downward; rending pain across
the head forehead; headache internally, with sensation, when turning of something loose in head, diagonally across top of it. sensation as if the body were surcharged with electricity; glimmering before the eyes when looking downward.
Vertigo while walking in street, sensation as if his body swayed to one side. and compelling him to stand still;excessive vertigo all day, even when siting still,(<) by stooping, and when walking sensation of FALLING FORWARD, with feeling of heat in body, without thirst and with the pale cheeks and forehead; deafness of right ear, feel as if stooped with cotton or as if he heard from a distance; noise in ears as from ringing of bells or form a storm and wind; gouty or rheumatic subjects.
Vertigo, which comes and goes, often from no observable reason; TENDENCY TO FAIL TO THE AFFECTED SIDE, WHILE OBJECTS SEEM TO FAIL AWAY TO THE OPPOSITE SIDE;headache frequent, but not always present, noises in the ear; defective of absent perosseous hearing; absence of gastric symptoms, or so slight as not to account for the other symptoms; indeterminate giddiness in the horizontal position, but considerable when raising the head or sitting up.
Vertigo, excessive heaviness of head, with qualmishness in stomach, (>) out of doors; dimsightedness, as through a veil; nervous deafness, ears red and hot.
Rushing noise in ears, like that of a waterfall, with impairment of hearing; every seems to reverberate through whole body, PARTICULARLY THROUGH TEETH; auditory vertigo, (<)by noise, motion, talking by closing eyelids.