Dizziness and Vertigo
1. Identify the difference between vertigo, disequilibrium, intoxication, near-syncope, and psychiatric dizziness.
2. Identify helpful tests to distinguish peripheral from central vertigo.
3. Understand how to treat different kinds of vertigo.
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Rebecca Jeanmonod, MD, FACEP, Associate Residency Program Director, Emergency Medicine, St. Luke’s University Hospital; Professor (Adjunct), Temple University School of Medicine, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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