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Question by  mixedup (64)

What is Costen syndrome?

A friend was recently diagnosed.


Answer by  jalucia (936)

Otherwise known as TMJ syndrome, Costen syndrome are medical problems related to the jaw joint. There might be the presence of head and neck pain, a jaw that is locked or hard to open, and popping sounds when you bite.


Answer by  worker4129 (34)

Costen's Syndrome is the name given to a group of symptoms believed to be caused by temperomandibular joint syndrome, or TMJ. The symptoms include dizziness, hearing loss, headaches, and discomfort in the nose, throat, ears, and tongue.


Answer by  Jay46 (143)

Costen syndrome is believed to be the result of temporomandibular joint syndrome. The symptoms include loss of hearing, tinnitis, dizziness, headache and burning of throat,tongue and nose.


Answer by  rjs108 (310)

Costen syndrome is a condition that includes a variety of possibly interrelated symptoms including dizziness, hearing loss, headaches, combined with a sensation of burning either on the tongue, throat or side of the nose or all three. It's cause has not been definitively defined as it was originally thought to be related to temporomandibular joint syndrome.

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