vertigo

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Synonyms for vertigo

dizziness

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Synonyms for vertigo

a sensation of whirling or falling

Synonyms for vertigo

a reeling sensation

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The Mann-Whitney U-test was used to analyze whether there was a statistically significant difference for the non-normally distributed data of the peripheral vertigo and control group measurements.
Use the HINTS (Head Impulse, Nystagmus, and Test of Skew) procedure to differentiate central from peripheral vertigo.
12 patients out of 100 in our study were found to have a post traumatic peripheral vertigo either following Road traffic accident (RTA) or a fall.
And "if evidence to support a diagnosis of viral encephalitis, paraneoplastic disorder, depression, peripheral vertigo, Alzheimer's disease, stroke, dementia (nonspecified), CNS vasculitis, peripheral neuropathy, or Hashimoto encephalopathy is lacking, then the clinician should think about requesting an MRI with diffusion-weighted imaging/apparent diffusion coefficient sequences to look for changes associated with sporadic CJD," they suggested.
Some peripheral vertigo is brought on by a change in position and most patients will improve by lying still.
Norman Chapin, the emergency department director, who formed an initial diagnosis that included possible stroke, possible peripheral vertigo and possible vertebral artery dissection (VAD).
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