Dizziness and vertigo: an epidemiological survey and patient management in the emergency room

V Crespi
Neurological Sciences 2004, 25: S24-5
Dizziness and vertigo are frequent causes of presentation at the emergency room, with an incidence in the Vimercate district, Italy, close to 3.5%. The basic management of the "dizzy" patients in the emergency room includes a detailed history and an accurate physical/neurological examination, with the aim to identify "at risk" patients who require further diagnostic procedures and/or immediate admission to the hospital.

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