Vertiginous Syndrome is a condition in which individuals experience sensations of moving or spinning even when they stand completely still. Vertiginous Syndrome, also known as Vertigo, has a variety of causes, including inflammation of the inner ear, vestibular neuritis, head injury, and migraines. Individuals may also experience temporary vertigo when travelling on a boat, airplane or car, or when they have been through a strong earthquake. Symptoms of Vertiginous Syndrome include loss of balance, nausea, earache, blurred vision, and problems walking or standing properly. Vertiginous Syndrome is treated based on the underlying cause of the disease, and common treatment options include antibiotics and physical therapy.
Vertiginous Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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