[Vertigo in non-vascular diseases of the central nervous system].

@article{Clanet1994VertigoIN,
  title={[Vertigo in non-vascular diseases of the central nervous system].},
  author={Michel G Clanet and A Bonaf{\'e} and Marie-Jos{\'e}e Est{\`e}ve-Fraysse and Bernard Fraysse},
  journal={La Revue du praticien},
  year={1994},
  volume={44 3},
  pages={328-35}
}
Excluding vascular involvement, vertigo due to a central vestibular syndrome reflects a median or paramedian lesion of the brain stem or the cerebellum. Recurrent attacks of vertigo usually occur with peripheral lesions. Persistent acute vertigo with peripheral destruction can reveal ischemia of the brain stem. Central positional vertigo is rare and has… CONTINUE READING