Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– Differential, Part 2

A Practical Approach to Acute Vertigo as originally seen in Practical Neurology We’ll continue on with the differential or list of possible diagnosis. Today we’ll explore options for when not only is the person complaining of dizziness, but also hearing difficulties. Please recall that some, but not all cerebellar strokes may have this feature. This … Continue reading Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– Differential, Part 2

Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– Differential, Part 1

The Bedside Assessment of Vertigo as originally seen in Clinical Medicine A Practical Approach to Acute Vertigo as originally seen in Practical Neurology For those in the audience that aren’t medical people, the differential or differential diagnosis is a working list of things that MIGHT be happening given a set of certain history and assessment … Continue reading Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– Differential, Part 1

Google Translate in Medicine

Use of Google Translate in medical communication: evaluation of accuracy as originally seen in the British Medical Journal I’ve seen many of my coworkers using Google Translate when working with patients whose language preference is something other than English. One of my other academic interests lies in the pursuit of language, so watching my coworkers … Continue reading Google Translate in Medicine

Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– Physical Exam

The Bedside Assessment of Vertigo as originally seen in Clinical Medicine and A Practical Approach to Acute Vertigo as originally seen in Practical Neurology We’ll continue on with assessing the folks that show up with a sudden case of the dizzies. Today we’ll look at the physical examination. The physical examination is important as well … Continue reading Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– Physical Exam

Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– History

Last week we discussed what has gone wrong in assessing sudden onset dizziness that leads to missing cerebellar strokes. This week we’ll delve into what should be going on in these assessments. To see this, we’ll look at 2 research articles: The Bedside Assessment of Vertigo as originally seen in Clinical Medicine and A Practical … Continue reading Case Review: Assessment of Sudden Dizziness– History