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Synonyms for vertigo



Synonyms for vertigo

a sensation of whirling or falling

Synonyms for vertigo

a reeling sensation

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To the best of our knowledge, BPPV as a side-effect of ECT has not been previously reported in English literature.
If no vertigo symptoms were present, but the Dix--Hallpike test was positive, the patient was considered to have subclinical BPPV and was treated with the modified Epley's maneuver and scheduled for follow-up at the next follow-up point.
Our objective in this study was to demonstrate possible autonomic dysfunction with the use of salivary [alpha]-amylase measurements during and after the vertigo attacks of MD and BPPV
BPPV. Perform the Dix-Hallpike maneuver (see https://collections.lib.utah.
Among this 2 patients were primarily diagnosed to have BPPV following their evaluation with thorough clinical examination and supported by ENG to rule out other causes.
Patients who suffered from BPPV with residual symptoms (imbalance and dizziness) were treated with repositioning maneuvers before they were included in a customized VR program based on a functional evaluation of each patient [3, 17].
Patients with anterior or horizontal canal BPPV, or bilateral BPPV were excluded to standardize the study and to include a homogeneous population.
* There is a growing body of evidence that BPPV should be considered during the medical examination of all patients suffering from head trauma.
The primary objective of this study was to establish whether the vitamin D and total Ca levels of patients diagnosed with BPPV are lower compared to the normal population.
Objectives: This study aims to investigate the efficacy of vestibular electrical stimulation (VES) in unilateral vestibular lesions including benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
A Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) causes a transient spinning sensation to accompany certain movements--for example, rolling over in bed, or looking upwards.
Objective: To compare the effects of neck restrictions on efficacy of Epley maneuver in management of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
Also, its resolution with liberatory maneuvers favors a diagnosis of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) as a nystagmus associated with a central cause should not resolve with physical maneuvers [58].