Neuro-Ophthalmology & Neuro-Otology
Vestibular migraine presents with spontaneous or positional vertigo, head motion–induced vertigo, and visual vertigo, often without headache but typically in patients with a history of migraine. The pathophysiology may involve interaction between the trigeminal and vestibular systems. Antiemetics, migraine prophylaxis, and lifetyle changes are key to treatment.
Jun. 22, 2020