Explore the latest in vestibular disorders, including recent advances in evaluation and treatment of vertigo, Ménière disease, and more.
This medical record review validates a measure of dizziness catastrophizing and assesses its association with dizziness-related disability compared with other negative affect constructs (eg, anxiety and depression) in adults with a balance disorder.
This case series study assesses a statistical prediction algorithm with the aim of efficiently diagnosing and treating patients with dizziness.
This cohort study uses data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey to evaluate the prevalence of patient visits to ambulatory care clinics for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and whether physicians’ diagnostic and treatment recommendations adhered to clinical practice guidelines over time.
This study evaluates the vestibuloocular reflex gain and change in fall risks after administration of the video head impulse test among patients with subacute or chronic dizziness.
This systematic review and meta-analysis investigates the association of vertigo with prognosis of hearing variables in patients with sudden sensorineural hearing loss with and without vertigo.
This Medical News article discusses recent findings that suggest former members of the US diplomatic community in Havana developed concussion-like symptoms, despite no history of head trauma, and explores possible causes and next steps.
This case series describes findings from the clinical evaluation of US government personnel reporting symptoms after exposure to directional audible and sensory phenomena during their postings in Havana, Cuba, and their clinical outcomes after rehabilitation.
This Viewpoint examines the existence and features of cochlear migraine.
This cross-sectional study quantifies the extent of head and trunk kinematic abnormalities and the particular areas of deficit in head-trunk motion among patients who underwent recent vestibular schwannoma resection.
This case report describes a man in his 60s with a right intracanalicular vestibular schwannoma who presented with persistent motion-induced vertigo.
This cohort study uses the database of the Manchester Centre for Genomic Medicine to analyze lymphocyte DNA of young patients who presented with meningioma or schwannoma before age 25 years.
This case series describes the features of superior canal dehiscence syndrome in the multiple affected members of 3 families and explores the prospect of a genetic origin.
This retrospective medical record review of 54 patients and 74 affected ears examines the association between vestibular aqueduct size and repeated measures of hearing loss.
This case report describes a 72-year-old woman who presented with depression, an unexplained dry cough, and a sense of leg weakness and later developed memory and orientation problems, vertigo, and worsening parkinsonism.
A woman in her teens presented with personality changes, headache, decreased vision bilaterally, concomitant hearing loss, and vertigo. Laboratory results showed an elevated white blood cell count, and fluorescein angiography showed multiple retinal arteriolar occlusions with variable leakage. What would you do next?
A man in his 50s with an unremarkable medical history began experiencing vertigo 1 week after a viral upper respiratory tract infection.
A woman had vertigo, profound mixed hearing loss, a mass obstructing the external auditory canal, and facial nerve weakness; computed tomography revealed a soft-tissue mass emanating from the middle ear involving the facial canal with surrounding bony erosion. What is your diagnosis?
A man had recurrent episodes of unilateral high-pitched “clicking” in his right ear followed by vertigo that lasted 3 to 4 seconds but no hearing loss, aural fullness, autophony, or headache. What is your diagnosis?
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