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  • [How to initially screen common central "malignant vertigo" at the bedside?] [Journal Article]
    Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 54(8):631-637Chen GG, Zhang CM, … Wang BQ
  • Most of the common dizziness/vertigo diseases in otology clinic are peripheral vertigo diseases, and while about 20% -30% of all vertigo diseases are caused by central nervous system diseases. Pseudo vestibular neuritis, acute ischemic stroke with audiovestibular loss, and central paroxysmal positional vertigo are the three types of central "malignant vertigo" diseases which are most easily misdi…
  • [Genetics research on vestibular migraine]. [Journal Article]
    Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 54(8):622-625Zhang J, Wang QJ
  • The combination of vertigo, dizziness and balance disturbance with migraine is called vestibular migraine, which is frequently reported in clinical neurology. However, the exact pathophysiological mechanisms of vestibular migraine still remain unclear. Familial occurrence of VM has been reported, suggesting a genetic component. With the rapid development of molecular genetic technology in recent …
  • Clinical and Imaging Parameters Associated With Hyperacute Infarction Growth in Large Vessel Occlusion Stroke. [Journal Article]
    Stroke 2019; :STROKEAHA119025809Puhr-Westerheide D, Tiedt S, … Kunz WG
  • Background and Purpose- Large vessel occlusion stroke leads to highly variable hyperacute infarction growth. Our aim was to identify clinical and imaging parameters associated with hyperacute infarction growth in patients with an large vessel occlusion stroke of the anterior circulation. Methods- Seven hundred twenty-two consecutive patients with acute stroke were prospectively included in our mo…
  • Patient-reported involvement of the eighth cranial nerve in giant cell arteritis. [Journal Article]
    Clin Rheumatol 2019Saravanan V, Pugmire S, … Kelly C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Symptoms of eighth nerve dysfunction are present in over half of patients with GCA. Recovery with steroids was predicted by concurrence with headache in terms of both timing and location. It appears that eighth nerve involvement, especially acute hearing loss, is a not infrequent feature of GCA and often responds well to steroid therapy. Clinicians should enquire about these symptoms when evaluating a patient for possible GCA. Key Points • Deafness is a frequent presenting feature of giant cell arteritis. • Vertigo, tinnitus and loss of balance are also often reported by GCA sufferers. • Steroid therapy is more likely to relieve these symptoms if they are ipsilateral and concurrent with headache.
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