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767 Possible Causes for Dizziness, Strabismus, Vertigo

  • Mastoiditis

    This suggests to us that mastoiditis may be an underrecognized cause of dizziness or hearing symptoms.[] Six days after the operation the child had problems maintaining balance, and the parents noticed that she had developed a slight strabismus.[] We describe the case history of a 70-year-old female patient presenting with bilateral hearing disturbance, facial paralysis, and vertigo.[]

  • Labyrinthitis

    Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) or positional vertigo is a brief, intense episode of vertigo that occurs because of[] To diagnose vertigo caused by labyrinthitis , your physician will take a history of symptoms and perform a physical examination.[] Effect of BL10 (tianzhu), BL11 (dazhu) and GB34 (yanglingquan) acuplaster for prevention of vomiting after strabismus surgery in children.[]

  • Otolith

    Especially in cases with positional vertigo and/or dizziness, the occurrence of abnormal results in this test (69%) was far higher compared with that of cases where vertigo[] The vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) was studied via sinusoidal off-vertical axis rotation (OVAR) to evaluate otolith function in patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo[] The observed skew is equivalent to a mild strabismus, which is known to result in diplopia.[]

  • Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

    As isolated symptoms, vertigo, dizziness and imbalance are not regarded by neurologists as reflections of transient ischemia in the vertebrobasilar circulation.[] Participants included 14 patients with vertigo of VBI origin, 14 patients with vertigo of non-VBI, and 11 matched controls.[] Benin Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Meniere’s disease Neuronitis or vestibular neuritis Labyrinthitis Dehiscence of the superior canal Cervical dizziness Perilymphatic[]

  • Brain Abscess

    I take slow, faltering walks to escape the monotony, but all my efforts are focused on limiting my vertigo.[] A thirteen-year old boy was admitted to the Department of Neurosurgery after the onset of vomiting, headache and dizziness.[] My vertigo is a temporary legacy of the abscess and surgery, which have disturbed the cerebellum. Where does this leave me?[]

  • Ophthalmoplegia

    If you experience blurred vision, double vision, “floaters” in your vision, a sudden escalating headache, or dizziness, contact your doctor.[] Notably, the absence of concomitant neurological signs, such as vertigo, ataxia, sensory symptoms, dysarthria, facial palsy, or pyramidal tract dysfunction, has been shown[] In all cases, a rectus muscle snapped under minimal tension while held on a strabismus hook during strabismus surgery.[]

  • Episodic Ataxia

    The three probands had attacks of imbalance, associated with dizziness/vertigo and/or headache. Two of them had independent migraine attacks.[] Preliminary findings demonstrate that migrainous vertigo is genetically heterogeneous and complex.[] The dizziness may be severe enough to cause severe balance problems and falling. The most common age of onset is 13 years.[]

  • Basilar-Type Migraine

    […] by vertigo spells and hearing loss that presents comorbidity with migraine) or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (in which patients experience brief episodes of vertigo[] The relationship between BtM, dMV, and pMV refers to a distribution of severity across the disease spectrum of migraine-related vertigo.[] Conversely, early developmental disturbances of vision often disrupt ocular motor control systems, giving rise to complex disorders such as nystagmus, strabismus, and torticollis[]

  • Ophthalmoplegic Migraine

    Vertebrobasilar Migraine A vertebrobasilar or vertiginous migraine is preceded by dizziness or vertigo.[] Opthalmoplegic Migraine / Recurrent Painful Ophthalmoplegic Neuropathy Home / Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus / Special Forms of Strabismus Title: Opthalmoplegic Migraine[] Basilar migraine Basilar migraine, also known as Bickerstaff syndrome, typically causes dizziness and vertigo prior to a headache.[]

  • Malignant Glioma

    Those occurring in the brain can cause vomiting, headache, seizures, dizziness, and fainting while those that grow and press on the optic nerve may cause vision loss and those[] All four cases (two men and two women, aged 52-80 years; mean age, 67 years) had a floating sensation or vertigo at the onset of their disease.[] Retina and Optic Nerve, histology Malignant neoplasm: Retina Retinoblastoma retinoblastoma fungiating Vascular Diseases (see also: Systemic Immunologic Diseases) Sclera Strabismus[]

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