AIED

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AcronymDefinition
AIEDArtificial Intelligence in Education
AIEDAutoimmune Inner Ear Disease
AIEDAssociazione Italiana per l'Educazione Demografica
AIEDAland Island Eye Disease
AIEDAssociate of the Institution of Engineering Designers
AIEDArea Interdisciplinaria de Estudios del Deporte
AIEDAsistencia Integral de Enfermería a Domicilio
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These results suggest an association between hearing loss and the autoimmune inner ear disease [31].
Systemic steroid treatment constitutes the standard of care in the treatment of autoimmune inner ear diseases. However, long-term high-dose systemic steroid treatment has several well-known side effects, such as weight gain, high blood pressure, and Cushing's syndrome.
Baruah, "Cochlin in autoimmune inner ear disease: is the search for an inner ear autoantigen over?," Auris Nasus Larynx, vol.
Siddiq, "Current understanding of the pathogenesis of autoimmune inner ear disease: a review," Clinical Otolaryngology, vol.
Autoimmune inner ear disease (AIED) is a known cause of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) that often progresses to irreversible hearing loss.
Spiegel, "Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease: Steroid and Cytotoxic Drug Therapy," ENT-Journal 80, no.
Autoimmune inner ear disease. This disease has an estimated prevalence of 0.1% in the US.
Fusconi et al., "Cogan's syndrome: an autoimmune inner ear disease," Autoimmunity Reviews, vol.
Of these 10 patients, 4 had idiopathic hearing loss, 3 had autoimmune inner ear disease, 2 had a history of head trauma, and 1 had Meniere disease.
While no study has specifically evaluated the effectiveness of oral steroids in VKH syndrome, other patients with autoimmune inner ear disease have experienced modest but significant improvements in hearing after treatment with oral prednisone over a 4-week period.
Immunosuppressive therapy for autoimmune inner ear disease. Irnmunotherapy 2009;1(3):425-34.
(38) However, our experience has shown that autoimmune inner ear disease can occur in patients of any age (including children) and can present with hearing loss of any severity or even with tinnitus or vertigo in the absence of hearing loss.
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