Management of Vertigo Made Easy is a concise, easy to use guide to this debilitating
Divided into twelve chapters, the book begins with the physiology of vertigo, followed by chapters on its causes, diagnosis, clinical tests, investigations and treatment. Further chapters describe vestibular rehabilitation exercises, important clinical conditions of vertigo, and a series of cases in vertigo.
Enhanced by over fifty images, illustrations and tables, this book simplifies difficult concepts with a straightforward step by step approach to management of vertigo. A final ‘Points to Remember’ section, with clinical tips, makes Management of Vertigo Made Easy an ideal pocket-sized handbook for interns and residents, as well as otolaryngologists, neurologists and physicians.
- Concise, easy to use guide to Vertigo
- Over fifty images, illustrations and tables
- ‘Points to Remember’ section highlights important information, simplifying difficult concepts
- Pocket-sized for use ‘on-the-go’
1. Introduction 2. Physiology of Vertigo 3. Causes of Vertigo 4. Diagnosis of Vertigo from History 5. Clinical Tests for Vertigo 6. Investigations for Vertigo 7. Treatment of Vertigo 8. Vestibular Rehabilitation Exercises 9. Important Clinical Conditions of Vertigo 10. Approach to Vertigo by General Practitioner 11. Interesting Case Series 12. Vertigo Clinic Evaluation Format Points to Remember Bibliography Index
Santosh Kumar Swain MS (ENT) DNB (ENT) MNAMS
Fellowship in Neuro-otology, Associate Professor, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Institute of Medical Sciences and Sum Hospital, Siksha O Anusandhan University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India