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Downbeat nystagmus (DBN) is commonly caused by central lesions, e.g., vestibulocerebellar and brainstem lesions, and there are few reports on DBN caused by peripheral lesions. We report two cases of Meniere's disease who presented with DBN and fluctuating low-tone sensorineural hearing loss. Case 1: a 55-year-old female. The patient was admitted to our hospital in September 20XX because of a vertigo attack. She exhibited rightward horizontal nystagmus in the supine position, however, thedoi:10.3757/jser.72.176 fatcat:2hcxrzw5rzc3tmefsaqufre6be