Assessment of vertigo.

Abstract

Vertigo is defined as a subjective sense of imbalance and includes unsteadiness as well as a sensation of rotation. Vertiginous symptoms may arise from defects in the labyrinth, the visual system, or the central nervous system, although in most patients presenting with balance problems, the lesion lies within the labyrinth or its central connections. The… (More)

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@article{Kerr2005AssessmentOV, title={Assessment of vertigo.}, author={Alastair G. Kerr}, journal={Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore}, year={2005}, volume={34 4}, pages={285-8} }