Journal article

Neuro-otological findings in patients with migraine- and nonmigraine-related dizziness

Jessica Vitkovic, Mark Paine, Gary Rance

AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY | KARGER | Published : 2008

Abstract

This study presents the neuro-otological findings of 523 patients attending a tertiary vestibular clinic with migraine- and nonmigraine-related dizziness. Subjects were categorized into one of 4 groups, definite migrainous vertigo, probable migrainous vertigo, vestibular disorder coexisting with migraine and nonmigraine-related dizziness. No notable relationship was found between the numbers of abnormal findings between the groups for the majority of the neuro-otological tests. However, there was a significant trend in emetic response to caloric testing. The definite migrainous vertigo group were at least 4 times more likely to be nauseous to caloric testing than any other migraine category...

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