This is missing a page but the intro sounds very accurate. Note what the opening line says:
“Migraine is the most common central cause of episodic vertigo and a common cause of all episodic vestibular events.”
While they don’t say continuous vertigo, one could argue that each event leaves us in a post-dizzy, decompensated state … never quite getting there and we are hit all over again. Still others live with permanent aura.
I like how he discusses the dispute over classification of migraine and suggests the current definition is not accurate – which we all know to be true.
Lisa – this looks like a book that every doctor should have on the shelf. I’d grab a copy myself if it weren’t 80 bucks. Given the accuracy of the MAV article, no doubt the rest of the book would be very good.
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