Dizziness and vertigo: emergencies and management

Ronald J Tusa, Russell Gore
Neurologic Clinics 2012, 30 (1): 61-74, vii-viii
The cause of dizziness in patients seen in the emergency room can usually be determined by a focused evaluation that consists of identifying three key features in the history and five key elements of the clinical examination. This article discusses the most common causes of dizziness, how to use this approach, and management of these cases in the emergency room.

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