Conservative treatment of tinnitus in Menière's disease.Am J Otol. 1988 May; 9(3):201-2.AJ
Menière's disease is a three-symptom malady. Vertigo, hearing loss, and tinnitus, in order of their importance, are the three symptoms. Tinnitus in active Menière's disease is not of major importance to the patient. Tinnitus in "burnt-out" Menière's disease often becomes the primary complaint. In most cases, the tinnitus of burnt-out Menière's disease can be relieved easily by the masking afforded through the use of hearing aids.