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What are some rare differentials that might cause constant vertigo in a person?
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Dr. Patrick Melder
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: See a subspecialist
If you are asking for a rare differential.
.. It's likely that you have already been extensively evaluated. I would see an ENT who specializes in ear diseases: neurotologist or a neurologist who likes to see dizzy patients.

In brief: See a subspecialist
If you are asking for a rare differential.
.. It's likely that you have already been extensively evaluated. I would see an ENT who specializes in ear diseases: neurotologist or a neurologist who likes to see dizzy patients.
Dr. Patrick Melder
Dr. Patrick Melder
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Dr. Paul Cohen
Family Medicine
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In brief: Dizzying...
Well, if you want rare etiologies of constant vertigo then my answer is brainstem tumors, cranial nerve 8 tumors, and undiagnosed scar tissue from prior penetrating wound/prior surgery.

In brief: Dizzying...
Well, if you want rare etiologies of constant vertigo then my answer is brainstem tumors, cranial nerve 8 tumors, and undiagnosed scar tissue from prior penetrating wound/prior surgery.
Dr. Paul Cohen
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