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International Primary Care Association

Clinical Focus Volume 2 N2

Dizziness and Vertigo


Dizziness is a common problem in general practice, where a GP with an average list size can expect to see about 25 patients a year with this as the presenting symptom. About 10% of patients attending a hospital or GPwSI ENT clinic will present with dizziness and 30% of over 65 year olds will report it. The diagnosis and management of dizziness can cause problems for the clinician.

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