labyrinthitis

[ lab-uh-rin-thahy-tis ]
/ ˌlæb ə rɪnˈθaɪ tɪs /

noun Pathology.

inflammation of the inner ear, or labyrinth, characterized by dizziness, nausea, and visual disturbances.

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Also called otitis interna.

Origin of labyrinthitis

From New Latin, dating back to 1910–15; see origin at labyrinth, -itis
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British Dictionary definitions for labyrinthitis

labyrinthitis
/ (ˌlæbərɪnˈθaɪtɪs) /

noun

inflammation of the inner ear, causing loss of balance, vertigo, and vomitingAlso called: otitis interna
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Medical definitions for labyrinthitis

labyrinthitis
[ lăb′ə-rĭn-thītĭs ]

n.

Inflammation of the inner ear, sometimes accompanied by vertigo.otitis interna
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