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Drug treatment of vertigo and ménière’s disease cinnarizine and betahistine


Vertigo and dizziness are major symptoms of disturbed vestibular function. Sudden attacks of vertigo, associated with tinnitus and sensorineural hearing loss, occur in a wide variety of disorders of the inner ear, and when no underlying cause can be found the condition is termed ménière’s disease.

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