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Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery > Volume 37(6); 1994 > Article
Korean Journal of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 1994;37(6): 1155-9.
Clinical Characteristics of Recurrent Vestibulopathy
Young Hong Cho, MD, Sung Hee Yun, MD, Sang Oak Kim, MD, and Jeong Yoon Yoon, MD
Department of Otolaryngology, Dae-Dong Hospital, Pusan, Korea
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조영홍 · 윤성희 · 김상옥 · 윤정윤
대동병원 이비인후과

""Recurrent Vestibulopathy"" is defined as a vertigo of unknown origin with multiple episodes of attack without any auditory or neurological symptoms and signs. Eleven patients with recurrent attacks of vertigo diagnosed as ""Recurrent Vestibulopathy"" from July 1989 to August 1993 in Dae-Dong Hospital were reviewed. The duration of follow-up was from 15 months to 63 months, average 32.3±15.1 months. The interval of recurrent attacks varied from 1 month to 2 years and the average was 5.9±3.8 months. The numbers of recurrent attacks were from twice to 6 times, average 3.2±1.1 times. The duration of vertigo was from 3 hours to 60 hours, the average 18.2±12.5 hours. The prognosis regarding vertigo was relatively good : nine of 11 patients showed absent or reduced vertigo attack. 

Keywords: VertigoRecurrent vestibulopathy.
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