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Vertigo is the feeling that everything around is moving or spinning and is usually caused by a problem with the balance mechanisms in the inner ear. It can also be caused by problems in certain parts of the brain or vision disorders. This concise handbook is a quick reference introducing the key concepts of vertigo. Beginning with an explanation of the key terms and the causes of dizziness, the following chapters discuss the examination, diagnosis and management of vestibular (parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information involved with controlling balance and eye movements) disorders. An ancillary DVD of 27 videos demonstrates clinical neuro-otologic examination techniques and clinical findings. Key Features Concise introduction to key concepts of vertigo Explains key terms, causes, examination, diagnosis and management Includes DVD demonstrating clinical examination techniques and findings