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4 dizziness-related syndromes
vertigo
faintness
undifferentiated dizziness
imbalance without cephalic sensation
DD of undifferentiated dizziness (2)
metabolic disorders
psychogenic hyperventilation
DD of imbalance without cephalic sensation (3)
multiple sensory deficits
extrapyramidal disorder
NPH
multiple sensory deficits means (3)
peripheral neuropathy
blindness
imbalance of aging
DD of acute vertigo
BPV
labyrinthitis
vertigo of labyrinthitis is/n't precipitated by movement
isn't
vertigo of BPV is/n't precipitated by movement
is
in PVD, slow nystagmus component is towards ___
diseased labyrinth
in dix-hallpike maneuver with BPV, fast nystagmus component is towards ___ when looking at down ear
towards ___ when looking at up ear,
and towards when looking straight
down
forehead
upwards and rotating to down ear
in peripheral disease it takes ___ after maneuver to trigger nystagmus
in central disease it takes ___
up to 40s
no time
in peripheral disease nystagmus lasts ___
in central disease it lasts ___
<1 min
persistent
peripheral/central disease has lessening of nystagmus with repetition of maneuver
peripheral
4 main causes of PVD
acute peripheral vestibulopathy
BPPV
meniere's
migraine vestibulopathy
APV is aka ___
it is caused by ___
progression is ___
acute labyrinthitis
trauma or spontaneous
subsides in days
3 main central causes of vertigo
brainstem stroke (esp LMS)
MS
cerebellar degenerative disease