Evaluation of the dizzy patient

Dickins, J.R.; Graham, S.S.

Ear and Hearing 7(3): 133-137

1986


ISSN/ISBN: 0196-0202
PMID: 3721083
DOI: 10.1097/00003446-198606000-00003
Accession: 068587626

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Abstract
The differential diagnosis of dizziness is difficult, yet challenging. There continues to be a need for improvement in assessment and evaluative procedures for patients with symptoms of dizziness. The otologist must exclude a wide variety of potential disorders which could be sources of the symptoms. The key to a well-made differential diagnosis is a very carefully taken, thorough, medical history, and the integration of that history with the physical examination, the audiometry, and the vestibular evaluation.