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By Mohammad- Reza Golrokhian-sani I am Otologist ,Neurotologist & inventor for vestibular disorder.
Jaswinder Singh Sandhu, Esmond Carr, Peter Rea
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a common disorder caused by the dislocation of otoconia most commonly into the posterior canal. The primary symptoms are brief episodes of head-position related vertigo which may be accompanied by nausea and disequilibrium. BPPV is usually managed conservatively with excellent results, however in a small number of cases the symptoms can become persistent and incapacitating. The most common treatment in such cases involves the surgical occlusion of the canal. This procedure carries a small risk of post operative perilymph leakage via an iatrogenic fistula...
2010: Journal of Surgical Case Reports
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