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Prof. Dr. Claus F. Claussen, Neurootological Research Institute of the Research Society for Smell, Taste, Hearing and Equilibrium Disorders at Bad Kissingen (4-G-F). Bad Kissingen, Germany.
Dr. med. Julia M. Bergmann,
Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Dr. med. Julia M. Bergmann,
Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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Dizziness

PARAGANGLIOMA JUGULARE Report a Case

ABSTRACT Glomus tympanicum and Glomus jugulare: Both commonly present as a middle ear mass resulting in tinnitus (in 80%) and hearing loss (in 60%). About 85% of paragangliomas develop in the abdomen; only 12% develop in the chest and 3% in the head and neck region (the latter are the most likely to be symptomatic). […]


Guidelines on dizziness and space orientation disorders

The online version of this article, along with updated information and services, is located at World Wide Web at: http://sites.google.com/site/dizzylita http://neurootology.org http://happyvertigo.com http://homofortunatus.com (in Russian and Ukrainian)


Neurocysticercosis (NCC). Report a Case

Abstract NCC is recognized as a common cause of neurologic disease in developing countries, and it is also seen in developed countries, including the United States. NCC is a chronic disease associated with substantial morbidity and high social and economic costs. A minimal estimate of annual treatment costs in the United States (a country in […]


Types of dizziness, evidence-based approach

Dizziness affects about 20 % of general population and more then 30 % of patients. Thus, being important the problem has descriptive manner of approach and no even exact identification. Therefore, the problem of this presentation is identification of types of dizziness with instrumental investigation methods. The data of 849 patients has been examined with […]


Neurootological findings in patients, suffering from occipital skull fractures

Skull traumas play an important roll in neurootological expertise writing. Skull traumas may occur at the rhinobasis, i.e. frontally, at the otobasis, i.e. laterally as well as from behind, i.e. occipitally. For this paper we have elected 26 cases of occipital skull fractures which were verified by radiology. It is known that the shockwaves of […]


The mcs (mechanic, cybernetics and synergetics) method in vestibular rehabilitation

Vertigo and dizziness are conscious symptoms and the disturbances are not disequilibrium or nystagmus but the consciousness of disequilibrium and nystagmus. Thus physical rehabilitation must not only be pointed to resolution of objective disorder but it must be aimed to resolution of subjective consciousness of the disorder itself. MCS is the achronimus of mechanic , […]


Menière syndrome and vestibular migraine: cortical brain projections

A comparative study of cerebral cortical projections in migraine, in Ménière Syndrome and in Ménière Syndromes with migraine has been carried out. The analysis was made by Brain Electric Tomography – Loreta and the most significant areas have been evaluated by means of Statistical non Parametric Mapping – SnPM. Ménière Syndromes together with migraine are […]


Investigation of betaserc in patients with auditory and vestibular disturbances

The AIM of this investigation is to evaluate the effect of Betaserc – 16 and 8 mg on the patients (workers in the system of transport), with vascular auditory and vestibular disturbances.


Vertigo and other neurootological signs in cases after apoplexia

An apoplectic stroke means sudden neurologic impairment due to a cerebrovascular disorder, limited by some to intracranial hemorrhage, extended by others to include occlusive cerebrovascular lesions. Cerebrovascular accidents may occur at any age, but intracerebral hemorrhage and thrombosis are rare before age 40 years. Peak incidence for cerebral thrombosis is at age 50 – 70 […]


The effectiveness of dihydroergocristine mesylate upon central vestibular disorders of haemodynamic origin : a multi – centre s

Haemodynamic disorders are accounted amongst the most common factors for vertigo genesis. These disorders can occur in all age groups, but appear more often after the sixth decade of life. The location of the damage can be at the peripheral and / or central Vestibular levels. Dihydroergocristine Mesylate (DM) belongs to the “drug-menu” used for […]


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