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Vertigo : its multisensory syndromes

Author: Thomas Brandt
Publisher: London ; New York : Springer, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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This second edition of 'Vertigo' is a completely rewritten monograph on the differential diagnosis and management of vertigo in the light of the latest clinical research.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Brandt
ISBN: 0387405003 9780387405001
OCLC Number: 52472049
Description: xxviii, 503 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Section A Vertigo: symptoms, syndromes, disorders.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Approaching the patient.- 3 Management of the dizzy patient.- Section B Vestibular nerve and labyrinthine disorders.- 4 Vestibular neuritis.- 5 Meniere's disease.- 6 Perilymph fistulas (PLF).- 7 Peripheral vestibular paroxysmia (disabling positional vertigo).- 8 Bilateral vestibulopathy.- 9 Miscellaneous vestibular nerve and labyrinthine disorders.- Section C Central vestibular disorders.- 10 Vestibular disorders in (frontal) roll plane.- 11 Vestibular disorders in (sagittal) pitch plane.- 12 Vestibular disorders in (horizontal) yaw plane.- 13 Vestibular cortex: its locations, functions, and disorders.- 14 Vestibular epilepsy.- 15 Miscellaneous central vestibular disorders.- Section D Positional and positioning vertigo.- 16 Benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo.- 17 Positional nystagmus/vertigo with specific gravity differential between cupula and endolymph (buoyancy hypothesis).- 18 Central positional vertigo.- Section E Vascular vertigo.- 19 Stroke and vertigo.- 20 Migraine and vertigo.- 21 Hyperviscosity syndrome and vertigo.- Section F Traumatic vertigo.- 22 Head and neck injury.- 23 Vertigo due to barotrauma.- 24 Iatrogenic vestibular disorders.- Section G Hereditary vestibular disorders and vertigo in childhood.- 25 Familial periodic ataxia/vertigo (episodic ataxia).- 26 Vertigo in childhood.- Section H Vertigo, dizziness, and falls in the elderly.- 27 Vertigo, dizziness, and falls in the elderly.- Section I Drugs and vertigo.- 28 Drugs and vertigo.- Section J Non-vestibular (sensory) vertigo syndromes.- 29 Visual vertigo: visual control of motion and balance.- 30 Somatosensory vertigo.- Section K Psychogenic vertigo.- 31 Psychiatric disorders and vertigo.- 32 Phobic postural vertigo.- Section L Physiological vertigo.- 33 Motion sickness.
Responsibility: Thomas Brandt.

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