Sudden sensorineural hearing loss steroid treatment

Diagnosis Index entries containing back-references to :

  • Deafness (acquired) (complete) (hereditary) (partial) - ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code - Unspecified hearing loss
      2016 2017 2018 Non-Billable/Non-Specific Code
    Applicable To
    • Deafness NOS
    • High frequency deafness
    • Low frequency deafness
    • sensorineural ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code Unspecified sensorineural hearing loss
        2016 2017 2018 Billable/Specific Code
      Applicable To
      • Central hearing loss NOS
      • Congenital deafness NOS
      • Neural hearing loss NOS
      • Perceptive hearing loss NOS
      • Sensorineural deafness NOS
      • Sensory hearing loss NOS
      Type 1 Excludes
      • abnormal auditory perception ( - )
      • psychogenic deafness ( )
      • bilateral
  • Loss (of)
    • hearing - see also Deafness
      • sensorineural NOS ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code Unspecified sensorineural hearing loss
          2016 2017 2018 Billable/Specific Code
        Applicable To
        • Central hearing loss NOS
        • Congenital deafness NOS
        • Neural hearing loss NOS
        • Perceptive hearing loss NOS
        • Sensorineural deafness NOS
        • Sensory hearing loss NOS
        Type 1 Excludes
        • abnormal auditory perception ( - )
        • psychogenic deafness ( )
        • bilateral

The most common treatment for sudden deafness, especially in cases where the cause is unknown, is corticosteroids. Steroids are used to treat many different disorders and usually work by reducing inflammation, decreasing swelling, and helping the body fight illness. Steroids are usually prescribed in pill form. In recent years, direct injection of steroids behind the eardrum into the middle ear (from here the steroids travel into the inner ear), called intratympanic corticosteroid therapy, has grown in popularity. In 2011, a clinical trial supported by the NIDCD showed that intratympanic steroids were no less effective than oral steroids , but were less comfortable overall for patients. They remain an option for people who can’t take oral steroids.

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