What is the difference between Meniere's disease and Meniere's
syndrome? Is there any difference between the symptoms?
Merriam-Webster defines Disease as:
1 : a condition of the living animal or plant body or of one of its
parts that impairs normal functioning and is typically manifested by
distinguishing signs and symptoms.
and it defines Syndrome as:
The short answer: I haven't come across anything that states that patients with a mild Meniere's episode should rest on principle even if they're feeling well enough to perform activities. So, I think it would be up to the patient's own judgement about what they are comfortable doing.
The longer answer: Meniere's disease is a disease of the inner ear, and ...
Basically the disease is the ailment Currently, the etiology (cause or underlying pathophysiology) of that ailment is still being researched and defined. But the disease is not a symptom of another disease process.
The syndrome is exactly that. A person has a disease with symptoms that are the same as the disease or highly similar, but the cause of ...