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Dysequilibrium: Dizziness and Vertigo

  • Pamela S. Tronetti

Abstract

Dizziness is a challenge to the primary care physician. To properly treat it, however, the physician must first be at ease with normal and abnormal components of balance.

Keywords

Acoustic Neuroma Ethacrynic Acid National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey Endolymphatic Hydrops Cervical Vertigo 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1994

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  • Pamela S. Tronetti

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