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Still Dizzy After the Epley Maneuver?

A few years ago, I did a post here discussing patients that continued to complain of imbalance and “fleeting disorientation” after successful treatment using the Epley maneuver or some other form of canalith repositioning. So let’s revisit that and explore some related newer reports, as well as talk about people that do not improve after…

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Ageotropic Horizontal Positional Nystagmus

BPPV is a common disorder, typically easily treated once identified.  The vast majority (over 90%) of cases of BPPV involve free floating debris in the posterior canal on one side. These types of BPPV responds well to the Epley maneuver. There are other, less common and less easily-treated variants of BPPV. Occasionally, the debris will…

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