vHIT for Vertigo

Good, But Not Sliced Bread Yet This week’s post would fall under the heading of “unsolicited opinion.” I received my copy of the March/April edition of AudiologyToday, which is produced by the American Academy of Audiology.  I spotted a Letter to the Editor by Gary Jacobson and Devin McCaslin, both on the faculty at Vanderbilt…

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Clinical Signs: Superior Canal Dehiscence

When performing an exam for Superior Canal Dehiscence (SCDS), you may have two different goals.  In a patient with many of the symptoms described in last week’s post, but no diagnosis, you are trying to establish the likely source of those symptoms. This might lead to the referring physician ordering a high resolution CT scan…

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