Acute or subacute unilateral vestibular failure, characterised by rotational vertigo, oscillopsia, and a tendency to fall toward the affected ear - usually acute vestibular neuritis
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Strokes in the lateral brainstem or the inferior cerebellum frequently mimic benign vestibular disorders, such as vestibular neuritis
or labyrinthitis, which are collectively known as acute peripheral vestibulopathies.
Interestingly, vestibular neuritis
also has a putative viral etiology and is not effectively treated with antivirals, while steroids appear to improve vestibular function.
Which is more effective for vestibular neuritis
, valacyclovir or methylprednisolone?
There are several causes, including labyrinthitis (often after a cold), viral vestibular neuritis
and Meniere's disease, but this sounds more like positional vertigo, which happens with quick changes in head position.
Acute persisting vertigo may be caused by vestibular neuritis
or posterior fossa stroke.
19) Unfortunately, vestibular neuronitis is often confused with vestibular neuritis
VEMP has been utilized for the diagnosis of various disorders such as, Meniere's disease [2, 3], Acoustic neuromas [4,5,6], Superior canal Dehiscence syndrome, , Vestibular neuritis
,Vertigo,Noise induced hearing loss , Auditory neuropathy / audio vestibular neuropathy  and in other disorders such as cerebellopontine angle tumor , Multiple sclerosis.
Another condition, which is caused by a viral infection of the inner ear, is vestibular neuritis
Examples of disorders underlying vertigo are vestibular neuritis
, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, and migraine.
We used accepted criteria at the time to arrive at diagnoses of Meniere disease, (13) benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), (14) vestibular neuritis
, 15 and vestibular migraine.
You suspect she has a peripheral rather than a central lesion and could have vestibular neuritis