Jan 24, 2019
In 2016, Dr. Ali Hamedani summarized the basic principles underlying a neurologic evaluation for acute dizziness--the acute vestibular syndrome. We've remastered the prior show, and added in a few new factoids for ya in this 2019 remake. Enjoy!
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