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Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1986 Nov;95(4):482-4.

Intractable vertigo--when not to operate.

Abstract

Patients with episodic vertigo--or one severe episode of vertigo--may respond to vestibulosuppressive medications or operations on the labyrinth. In patients with constant incapacitating vertigo or disequilibrium, the clinician should suspect nonlabyrinthine disease. A careful history and physical and neurologic examinations will provide clues to underlying disease and direct the selection of further objective tests.

PMID:
3106913
DOI:
10.1177/019459988609500411
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