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Ganança, F.F., Castro, A.S.O., Branco, F.C. and Natour, J. (2004) Impact of Dizziness on the Quality of Life in Patients with Peripheral Vestibular Dysfunction. Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, 70, 94-101.
https://doi.org/10.1590/S0034-72992004000100016

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  • TITLE: Profile of Patients Treated in Outpatient Vestibular Rehabilitation at a Hospital in São Paulo

    AUTHORS: Bárbara Vieira Coró, Miguel Angelo Hyppolito, Camila Giacomo Carneiro Barros, Ana Paula do Rego André

    KEYWORDS: Dizziness, Epidemiology, Rehabilitation

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol.10 No.1, January 8, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Introduction: Currently it is very common that the search for diagnosis and treatment for curing diseases can cause vertigo or dizziness. Objective: This study sought to characterize the profile of patients seen in the clinic for vestibular rehabilitation in a tertiary hospital in the last 10 years. Methods: Survey questionnaires of patients with dizziness. Results: The prevalence of treated subjects was female 65.3% (N = 439). The average age was 54.9 years old. Dizziness type roundabout was more prevalent 33.04% (N = 222). Tinnitus occurred in 58.33% of the population. The time of most observed dizziness was less than 5 years 70.68% (N = 475). Neurovegetative symptoms appeared in 63.98% (N = 430) of the population. The bilateral normal hearing was more standard 35.26% (N = 237). The topographic diagnosis of peripheral origin was the most usual 65.47% (N = 440). Conclusion: The peripheral otoneurologic involvement was more prevalent in this population, affecting more women at an average age of 54.9 years old. The most prevalent symptoms were vertigo, nausea, tachycardia, sweating, vomiting and tinnitus, characterizing the peripheral vestibular impairment. The time of dizziness was less than five years. Audiological standard normal curve was predominant and the symptom of tinnitus was the most reported. The most prevalent comorbidity was Hypertension.