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Benign paroxysmal vertigo of childhood: A review of the literature benign recurrent vertigo of adults

Patients with recurrent vertigo in the absence of cochlear signs remain a diagnostic problem. The absence of a standard system of nomenclature further hampers the understanding of these disorders. The term benign recurrent vertigo is suggested as a useful term to characterise many of these patients Cited by:

Aug 30,  · WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of vertigo, a sensation of spinning that is related to problems with the inner ear.

Benign recurrent vertigo head in a given position, and was brief. Thelatter phase slowly improved over periods of hours or days: however, permanent positional vertigo occurred in patient 2, and positional vertigo last-ing one month in patient 7. The frequency of attacks varied widely from one per Cited by: