The most common causes of vertigo or dizziness are disorders of the organs of balance in the inner ear. Vertigo may be sudden or develop over time. It can manifest in different ways such as a spinning sensation, light-headedness and “being in a lift” dizziness. It can also vary in duration, from a few seconds to several days.
A thorough examination must be carried out on the ears and the balancing system to determine the type of vertigo.
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- Sudden Hearing Loss
- Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
- Nasal and Sinus Disorders
- Mouth and Pharynx Disorders
- Larynx Disorders
- Bronchial Disorders
- Voice Disorders: Phonation Disorders and Dysphonia
- Lymph Node Disorders
- Check-up for Smokers
- Check-up for Scuba Divers