The statistical analysis of pediatric patients who visited a general hospital was conducted to identify diagnosis and the treatment of these patients. The subjects were 30 patients. Benign paroxysmal vertigo, migraine associated vertigo and acute vestibulopathy were the common diagnosis. Generally the prognosis is good except the patients who were absent from school or with some psychosocial factors affecting the dizziness symptom. The ratio of psychogenic dizziness or orthostatic dysregulation was not much as reported before.
|Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery (Japan)
|Published - 2018 4月
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