Dix–hallpike test

What is Dix–hallpike test?

The Dix–Hallpike test or Nylen–Barany test is a diagnostic maneuver used to identify benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.

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I was diagnosed with neurocysticorsis in July 2011. have been taking leveipil 500 mg twice a day with frisium 5 mg in night. ( SOS 1/2 ) frisium in...

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I get this dizziness or head fog on a fairly regular bases(kind of the feeling you get if you were looking cross-eyed for a period of time) . I am...

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