Vestibular dysfunction associated with benign paroxysmal vertigo.

Abstract

Benign paroxysmal vertigo (BPV) is a clinical syndrome of vestibular origin although generally no evidence of vestibular dysfunction can be demonstrated with conventional tests. In a review of 1350 consecutive dizzy patients, there were 125 with BPV and of these, 33 underwent a quantitative rotational test of vestibular function. The rotational results… (More)

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