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 BOF 35
A 45 year old female came to see you because of feeling dizzy with vertigo, all of the followings in her evaluation are wrong, except:
1-the presence of Hornerís syndrome may be of value
2-the absence of nystagmus excludes viral labyrinthitis
3-severe vertigo is in favour central cause rather than peripheral cause of vestibulopathy
4-temporal lobe epilepsy is not a consideration
5-the presence of a co-existent hearing impairment favours a central cause


 

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