Introduction. It has been reported that “more then 20% of general population aged 18 to 65 reported experiencing dizziness within the previous month. Half of those reported some degree of handicap associated with dizziness” . Authors identify dizziness in different
EVALUATION OF THE VESTIBULAR SYSTEM BY CLINICAL TESTS AND BY VESTIBULOMETRY Anirban Biswas Physiology of maintenance of balance: An overview The anatomy and physiology of the balance system have been discussed in detail in a separate module titled ‘Clinical Physiology
Vertigo and disequilibrium during early childhood Hideaki Sakata, Kimitaka Kaga. Japan Abstract Childhood vertigo and disequilibrium are overlooked in many cases because children rarely complain of them. Childhood diseases and conditions differ among neonates, infants, and schoolchildren. Examination procedures are
Conservative Therapy for Tinnitus probably from NVC Junichi Matsushima and Aiko Matsushima. Sapporo, Japan Based on tone of tinnitus there are several types such as continuous, pulsatile, or imitative sounds. Although origin of tinnitus is still unclear, among these tones, tinnitus
Differentiation between normal functioning vestibular system and central vestibular dysfunctions Stefani Maihoub, László Tamás, Ágnes Szirmai Introduction Vestibular function examination methods are useful for differentiation between normally functioning balance system and vestibular system dysfunctions. A thorough neurotological examination and the
Presbycusis which could be treated by improvement in cognitive process Junichi Matsushima and Aiko Matsushima Age-related hearing loss (presbycusis) is the loss of hearing that gradually occurs. It is one of the most common conditions affecting older and elderly adults.
Migraine related Vertigo responsive to Magnesium Glycine complex and Vitamin D3 – Case studies Shenny Bhatia, Deepika Sharma, Vipan Gupta Migraine related vertigo is the second most common cause of recurrent vertigo after BPPV with the considerable impact on the
THE FOLLOW-UP OF THE CONSERVATIVE MEDICAL TREATMENT OF PATIENTS SUFFERING FROM MÉNIÈRE’S DISEASE Molnár A., Tamás L., Szirmai Á. Budapest, Hungary Background Ménière’s disease (MD) is a disorder of the inner ear, characterized by episodic rotational vertigo, sensorineural hearing loss, tinnitus,
CHALLENGES AND SYMPTOM-ORIENTED TREATMENT OF MÉNIÈRE’S DISEASE Szirmai A. Budapest, Hungary Background Ménière’s disease (MD) is a disorder of the inner ear, characterized by episodic rotational vertigo, sensorineural hearing loss, tinnitus, aural pressure and vegetative symptoms, such as nausea and vomiting.
HEADACHE AND DIZZINESS: MEETING POINTS Vadym Biloshytsky. Kyiv, Ukraine Headache and dizziness belong to the most frequently encountered complaints in neurological practice. Like a headache, dizziness is a symptom that has many etiologies. A combination of headache and dizziness can make