Perfusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging detects recurrent isolated vertigo caused by cerebral hypoperfusion.

@article{Xu2015PerfusionweightedMR,
  title={Perfusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging detects recurrent isolated vertigo caused by cerebral hypoperfusion.},
  author={Xiaowei Xu and Li Jiang and M. G. Luo and Jiaoxing Li and Weidong Li and Wen-li Sheng},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={125 6},
  pages={
          449-55
        }
}
AIM OF THE STUDY The etiology of isolated vertigo has been a substantial diagnostic challenge for both neurologists and otolaryngologists. This study was designed to detect recurrent isolated vertigo due to cerebral hypoperfusion using perfusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (PWI). METHODS We recruited isolated vertigo patients whose clinical condition was suspected to be caused by hypodynamics of the brain; these individuals formed the case group. We generated two additional groups: a… CONTINUE READING
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