Balance & Dizziness Canada is proud to announce our recently posted article on vestibular paroxysmia.
Vestibular paroxysmia is an uncommon disorder that causes short, recurring attacks of vertigo. Each attack can last from less than a second to one minute. People can have episodes of many attacks in sequence, up to thirty per day. Other people only have a few attacks per year. The attacks usually happen without warning.
And here is a list of articles on vestibular disorders:
- Perilymph Fistula
- Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct
- Vestibular Paroxysmia
- CANVAS Syndrome
- Labyrinthine Infarction
- Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease (AIED)
- Ménière's disease
- Persistent Postural-perceptual Dizziness (PPPD)
- Vestibular Neuritis
- Acoustic Neuromas
- Semicircular Canal Dehiscence
- Visually Induced Dizziness
- Mal de Débarquement Syndrome (MdDS)
- Cervicogenic Dizziness
- Motion and Cyber Sickness
- Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops
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