(n.) Giddiness; a whirling sensation in the head; vertigo.
(1) Frequency of symptoms like dizziness, headache, lachrymation, burning sensation in eyes, nausea and anorexia, etc, were much more in the exposed workers.
(2) Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and prostration.
(3) Implantation of a single-chamber pacemaker was planned in an 83-year-old woman with sick-sinus syndrome causing dizziness, bradycardia and tachycardia.
(4) After controlling for the effects of active and passive exposure to cigarette smoke, problems with the home heating system (odds ratio 9.6; p less than 0.03) and the presence of cohabitants with concurrent headache or dizziness (odds ratio 21.6; p less than 0.0001) were associated with an increased risk of a carboxyhemoglobin greater than 10 percent.
(5) Most of the animals had damage in the third and fourth turns (22) and a minority of these had dizziness and destruction nystagmus (3).
(6) A 46-year-old man with hepatoma was admitted with chief complaints of headache, fever and dizziness.
(7) Among the exposed still employed a trend towards a higher prevalence of dizziness was found.
(8) A subjective feeling of dizziness was observed by all volunteers, but it was not possible to make a correlation between this and the drug levels in this study.
(9) Vestibular symptoms were pronounced and, although compensation was not delayed, positional dizziness and instability usually persisted for several months and occasionally for a year or more.
(10) Diminished salivary flow was significantly greater with amitriptyline, as were complaints of dry mouth, somnolence, dizziness, and headache.
(11) 4 cases of drug-induced side effects were reported: dizziness and mild dyspepsia.
(12) During monotherapy, side-effects occurred in 12% of the patients (tachycardia, headache, weakness, dizziness).
(13) Consistent with these measures, derived from self-reported data, physician-diagnosed measures also indicate a greater vulnerability of unemployed individuals to serious physical ailments such as heart trouble, pain in heart and chest, high blood pressure, spells of faint-dizziness, bone-joint problems and hypertension.
(14) Dizziness in three with insomnia and vomiting in one patient complicated the treatment.
(15) Post-concussional symptoms, such as headache, dizziness and irritability, are thought to result from the emotional stress associated with decreased cognitive performance after a head injury.
(16) A standardised test of psychopathology (CCEI) was administered to tinnitus sufferers some of whom also complained of dizziness.
(17) Eight subjects reported subjective feelings of light-headedness or slight dizziness, which are not typical after slower absorption from nicotine gum or skin patches.
(18) He has broken four Guinness world records, most of them for speed–mad 100-metre dashes across dizzyingly high wires, and frequently appears on Chinese television.
(19) Several subjects reported light-headedness and dizziness during rest intervals.
(20) A 55-year old male patient, with dizzy spells during everyday activity and a complete right bundle branch block as the sole electrocardiographic abnormality, reproducibly demonstrated tachycardia-dependent Mobitz Type II- and 2:1 second degree atrioventricular block.
(n.) Dizziness or swimming of the head; an affection of the head in which objects, though stationary, appear to move in various directions, and the person affected finds it difficult to maintain an erect posture; giddiness.
(n.) Any one of numerous species of small land snails belonging to the genus Vertigo, having an elongated or conical spiral shell and usually teeth in the aperture.
(1) Inner Ear Decompression Sickness (IEDCS)--manifested by tinnitus, vertigo, nausea, vomiting, and hearing loss--is usually associated with deep air or mixed gas dives, and accompanied by other CNS symptoms of decompression sickness (DCS).
(2) Most patients manifest either vertigo, tinnitus, or a variable hearing loss.
(3) Episodic vertigo secondary to an abnormal oculovestibular response was diagnosed.
(4) Borrelia infection is an etiological factor which should be considered in patients suffering from vertigo especially if positional nystagmus is present.
(5) Headache and vertigo were not linked with exposure to vibration in forestry and a significant part of the numbness reported may be due to the carpal tunnel syndrome.
(6) The vertigo could be caused by the inner ear ischemia, brainstem or both of them.
(7) Hearing improved in 5 (31%) of 16 patients, tinnitus decreased in 11 (85%) of 13, and vertigo improved in 6 (86%) of 7.
(8) Questionnaires assessing symptoms, disability and handicap, predisposition to anxiety, and current anxiety and depression were completed by 127 people attending neuro-otology clinics with a major complaint of vertigo or dysequilibrium.
(9) A 21-year-old man experienced sudden and intense rotational vertigo.
(10) In 61 patients altogether subjective side-effects could be recorded, such as vertigo (5%), palpitations (2.8%), fatigue (2%), insomina (1.9%), nausea (1.7%) and vomiting (0.8%).
(11) Vertigo and headache have been the most commonly reported side effects.
(12) Side-effects, particularly headache and vertigo, were less common in patients receiving ketoprofen.
(13) The data obtained in humans using a similar approach are presented and explanations for the mechanism related to hearing loss and vertigo in barotrauma are discussed.
(14) In an attempt to destroy selectively the affected peripheral vestibular labyrinth in patients with intractable vertigo as a result of Meniere's disease, a known quantity of streptomycin was introduced within the bony labyrinth following fenestration of the horizontal semicircular canal.
(15) There were five ears with vertigo and four without.
(16) The vertigo was controlled in 95% of the entire series, with 86% of hearing preservation, 6% of hearing improvement and 6% of hearing loss.
(17) The problem of the quantification of vertigo is still unsolved.
(18) The commonest entities (chronic pharyngitis, ceruminosis, vertigo, otitis) are studied and classified according to age, sex and other etiologic factors.
(19) Both had risk factors for cerebrovascular disease and other episodes of transient neurologic symptoms not associated with vertigo.
(20) In such cases hearing loss may be severe and vertigo may or may not be present.