par Van Geert, G.;Hennebert, Denis
Référence Bruxelles Medical, 59, 11-12, page (515-518)
Publication Publié, 1979
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Vincamine restores the auditory capacity of the patient affected by sudden deafness of vascular aetiology and suppresses the acouphenes that accompany it. Vincamine reduces the phenomenon of oedema which causes the compression of the capillaries, and it re-establishes the microcirculation. This double process has been frequently described in the literature and justifies the use of vincamine in cerebral circulatory insufficiency, especially in the ear, nose and throat domain.