Autoimmune Disorder Of Inner Ear: Disease Bioinformatics
Autoimmune Disorder of Inner Ear (AIED) is a disorder caused by the immune system attacking cells in the inner ear. Autoimmune Disorder of Inner Ear is characterized by dizziness/loss of balance as well as a progressive loss of hearing overtime. Many individuals report ringing, buzzing, or tingling in their ear when they develop the disorder. The reason for the immune system attacking the inner ear is unknown, but many believe there is a genetic component. Autoimmune Disorder of the Inner Ear is frequently treated with steroids or medications.
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