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Diagnosing dizziness in the emergency and primary care settings.
Overreliance on symptom quality in diagnosing dizziness: results of a multicenter survey of emergency physicians.
Spectrum of dizziness visits to US emergency departments: cross-sectional analysis from a nationally representative sample.
Diagnosing dizziness: we are teaching the wrong paradigm!
A prospective pilot study of predictors of acute stroke in emergency department patients with dizziness.
Medical and Nonstroke Neurologic Causes of Acute, Continuous Vestibular Symptoms.
TiTrATE: A Novel, Evidence-Based Approach to Diagnosing Acute Dizziness and Vertigo.
Why Acute Dizziness and Vertigo? Articulating the Emergency Neuro-Otology Imperative.
Using the Physical Examination to Diagnose Patients with Acute Dizziness and Vertigo.
A New Approach to the Diagnosis of Acute Dizziness in Adult Patients.
Diagnosing Patients With Acute-Onset Persistent Dizziness.
A New Diagnostic Approach to the Adult Patient with Acute Dizziness.
Managing Patients With Acute Episodic Dizziness.
Avoiding Misdiagnosis in Patients With Posterior Circulation Ischemia: A Narrative Review.
The timing-and-triggers approach to the patient with acute dizziness.
The timing-and-triggers approach to the patient with acute dizziness
Diagnosis of Patients with Acute Dizziness.