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An overview of the assessment of patients with vertigo, history, exam, central vs peripheral, isolated vertigo, HINTS exam, and Dix-Hallpike maneuver
How do you tell the difference between labyrthinitis/Meniere's and AICA stroke?
Howdy,At 30:44 talking about test of skew, the resident states that the patient had a positive finding here, meaning his eyes had misalignment with the test of skew which would mean the patient shouldn't have had a central cause, but a peripheral cause, all these exams outside of nystagmus depending on the type, should be normal meaning no findings. So, this guy shouldn't by the HINTS have received an MRI and should have been thought to have a peripheral cause. Now I'm nervous, help please.
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