Medical Definition of Epidemic vertigo

1. A paroxysmal attack of severe vertigo, not accompanied by deafness or tinnitus, which affects young to middle-aged adults, often following a non-specific upper respiratory infection; due to unilateral vestibular dysfunction. Synonym: endemic paralytic vertigo, epidemic vertigo, Gerlier's disease, kubisagari, kubisagaru, paralyzing vertigo. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epidemic Vertigo

epidemic nausea
epidemic neuromyasthenia
epidemic nonbacterial gastroenteritis
epidemic parotiditis
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epidemic pleurodynia
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epidemic tremor
epidemic typhus
epidemic vertigo (current term)
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