Cerebellar vermis lesions and tumours of the fourth ventricle in patients with positional and positioning vertigo and nystagmus.

@article{Shoman2007CerebellarVL,
  title={Cerebellar vermis lesions and tumours of the fourth ventricle in patients with positional and positioning vertigo and nystagmus.},
  author={Nael M Shoman and Neil Longridge},
  journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology},
  year={2007},
  volume={121 2},
  pages={166-9}
}
Positional and positioning vertigo and nystagmus syndromes are usually due to peripheral vestibular dysfunction. The most common form is benign paroxysmal positioning. In this paper, we discuss more serious aetiologies in the differential diagnosis for patients presenting with a history suggestive of benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo. We draw attention… CONTINUE READING