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sudden deafness, vertigo, nausea, vomiting.

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At noon, he felt hearing loss, and in the second half of the night, he had an attack, vomiting, spinning around, and could not walk.Emergency check head CT, no problem, admitted to neurology, do head magnetic report multiple cerebral infarction, ischemic foci, neurology said not cerebral infarction let the ear, nose and throat consultation.The neurology department said it was not a cerebral infarction and asked for an ENT consultation. The ENT consultation revealed sudden deafness and otolithiasis.Currently I can walk, but I am still dizzy.Now the otolaryngologist says it's not an ear disease anymore, but a central problem.What exactly is this disease?How to treat it?

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