Bonnier's syndrome. Definition

Medical Definition: Bonnier's syndrome

Pathology caused by a lesion of Deiter's nucleus and its connections, leading to eye disorders, deafness, nausea, thirst, anorexia and other symptoms related to the involvement of vagal centers, cranial nerves VIII, IX, X and XI and the lateral vestibular nucleus. Can mimic Meniere's disease.

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