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  • Recurrent spontaneous vertigo with interictal headshaking nystagmus. [Journal Article]
  • NeurNeurology 2018 May 23
  • Lee SU, Choi JY, … Kim JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: The clinical features and characteristics of HSN in our patients indicate a hyperactive and asymmetric velocity-storage mechanism that gives rise to intermittent attacks of spontaneous vertigo probably when marginal compensation of underlying pathology is disrupted by endogenous or exogenous factors.
  • Hints on Diagnosing and Treating Headache. [Journal Article]
  • DADtsch Arztebl Int 2018 Apr 27; 115(17):299-308
  • May A
  • CONCLUSIONS: If the patient is clearly suffering from none of the four types of primary headache, the problem must be a headache of a secondary nature, potentially reflecting a dangerous underlying disease. The treatment of headache is usually successful and thus highly rewarding for physicians of all medical specialties.
  • The association of panic and hyperventilation with psychogenic non-epileptic seizures: A systematic review and meta-analysis. [Review]
  • SSeizure 2018 May 19; 59:108-115
  • Indranada AM, Mullen SA, … Kanaan RAA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Previous studies have reported moderate rates of association of panic in PNES, though the proportions varied considerably across the literature, with physical symptoms more commonly reported than affective. Hyperventilation is an effective inducer of PNES events in a minority, and can be observed occurring in a minority of patients without induction. These results support an important, albeit not essential, role for panic and hyperventilation in the pathogenesis of PNES events.
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