• episodic vertigo lasting minutes to hours
• episodic fluctuating SNHL (usually unilateral), recovery between episodes may be incomplete resulting in a progressive SNHL (initially at lower frequencies)
• tinnitus and episodic fullness associated with or without the hearing loss
• classic Meniere's Disease presents with all of the above symptoms (vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, and aural fullness), however, Meniere's Disease may also present as any combination of the above symptoms (see Variants below)
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