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Peripheral Vertigo

30 yr old female C/ o headache nasal congestion Vertigo nausea On amoxyclav and levoflox antihistamines nasal decongestant spray mucolyte Chief complaint vertigo Ct pns and head Show

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Such calcified granuloma can not cause vertigo. Can you specifically tell what kind of vertigo it is, or is it dizziness.. If vertigo, central or peripheral.. Aggravating and relieving factor, any nystagmus, ..

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Chief complaint is vertigo which needs to suspect the calcified granuloma in ganglioniccapsular region which could be tuberculoma Yes paranasal mri is suggestive of lt DNS and rt maxillary sinusitis Line of treatment is to evaluate granuloma and treat sinositis simultaneously

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Chronic allergic maxillary sinusitis No CP angle mass Vertigo may be because of chronic eustachian block , middle ear catarrh Antibiotics, steroid+ antihistamines nasal spray, mucolytics, Betahistin 16 mg BD ,in tapering doses

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Such calcified granuloma can not cause vertigo. Can you specifically tell what kind of vertigo it is, or is it dizziness.. If vertigo, central or peripheral.. Aggravating and relieving factor, any nystagmus, ..

This patient is of DNS left. Side which causes sinusitis & this causes infection in left side of ear which causes CSOM & Ear perforation these causes vertigo Sleeping posutre will causes vertigo

? SINUSITIS.. & .. RELATED.. COMPLICATIONS.. NEED'S.. ANTICOLD ..MEDICATIONS.. PCM +LEVOCETIRIZINE +MONTELUCAST .. ANTIBIOTICS.. AZITHROMYCIN 500 MG OD.. STEAM..INHALATION.. SYMPTOMATIC T/T..

Tab betahistine 16mg. TDS Tab stamatil 5mg. Bd