Panic, agoraphobia, and vestibular dysfunction.

@article{Jacob1996PanicAA,
  title={Panic, agoraphobia, and vestibular dysfunction.},
  author={Rolf G. Jacob and Joseph M. Furman and John D. Durrant and Shannon M Turner},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1996},
  volume={153 4},
  pages={503-12}
}
OBJECTIVE Otoneurological abnormalities have been reported in panic disorder. The purpose of this investigation was to determine the prevalence of such findings in panic disorder with and without agoraphobia and to discern whether vestibular dysfunction was associated with specific symptoms. METHOD Clinical audiological and vestibular tests were administered to 30 patients with uncomplicated panic disorder (without agoraphobia or with only mild agoraphobia), 29 patients with panic disorder… CONTINUE READING
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