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Can a person taking gentamycin & vancomycin iv get perilymphatic fistulas?

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9 Oct 2009

Here is a list of side-effects for gentamycin and vancomycin.
This link gives an excellent overview of perilymphatic fistulas and causes...
Perilymphatic fistulas are usually caused by head injury or ear surgery, pressure trauma, congenital, or infection.

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