Category Archives: Neuro-ORL

Room-tilt illusion

This illusion is quite rare and I can remember on my fingers the patients with it whom I met, generally in emergency settings. For the majority of them the illusion was transitory lasting generally minutes and was accompanied by other … Continue reading

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Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) in the neurologist’s cabinet

It is a common disorder and a frequent cause of urgent consultation, even for a neurologist practicing in a cabinet. The disorder is characterized by stereotypical short-lasting episodes of vertigo due to rapid changes in head positions. It is often … Continue reading

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