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2016 / VOL-6,ISSUE-02,APRIL-JUNE 2016

Vertigo and its clinical management: a brief overview

By  Shatavisa Mukherjee*, Nikhil Era

Review articles

Page:  1492-1496

Abstract

Vertigo, one of the most common vestibular complaints presented in otolaryngology clinics, has diverse origin and etiology. Pathophysiology of vertigo thus plays a major role in determining its pharmacotherapy. Vertigo is mainly a multisensory syndrome in which three sensory systems plays a key role- the vestibular system, visual system, and somatosensory system; however the vestibular system is most commonly implicated. Depending on their etiology though, vestibular diseases can be treated with drugs, physical therapy, psychotherapeutic measures and rarely surgery.

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