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Hallpike AAO-HNS certain Meniere's disease MRI MRI MRI MRI Heavily T 2-weighted 3 D-FLAIR The most important histopathological finding in patients with Ménière's Disease (MD) is endolymphatic hydrops (EH). In 1938, Hallpike in London first reported EH in the temporal bones of two cases of MD. In the same year, Yamakawa of Osaka independently discovered EH in the temporal bone specimen of his colleague who suffered from MD. In 2007, Naganawa and Nakashima of Nagoya were the first to visualize EHdoi:10.3757/jser.79.127 fatcat:smksfx4xnrfl7oir2robcappvi