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By John R. Lindsay


The problem of dizziness is greatly simplified if: (1) A definite routine is followed in the history taking and the steps of the examination; (2) the examination is done in two stages; and (3) a simple classification is used in cases of dizziness of vestibular origin whereby three groups are distinguished on the basis of localization of the origin. The etiologic diagnosis is thereby narrowed down to a relatively few possibilities

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