Atypical superior semicircular canal dehiscence case report

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Abstract

Superior canal dehiscence syndrome is a rare medical condition with many variants. In this case report, we present a 35-year-old patient who presented with atypical presentation of superior canal dehiscence syndrome. We discuss his audiological, vestibular, and radiological findings before and after surgery. We present a protocol to establish the diagnosis of a similar condition, especially those presenting atypically.

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