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Vertigo and dizziness: An introduction and practical guide is an essential text which contains all you need to learn the basic knowledge and practical skills that are necessary for managing patients presenting with the common symptoms of dizziness and vertigo. It will provide you with a comprehensive overview of dizziness and vertigo, how to accurately diagnose patients and how to treat them. Key features: - Concise, practical and easy to read - 2 colour diagrams throughout to aid understanding - Enables you to diagnose and treat patients in these areas - Written by experts in the field Vertigo and dizziness: An introduction and practical guide is an invaluable resourse for anyone who manages ENT patients either in the Outpatient or General Practice setting.