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Libraries: Disability Specific Resources: Vestibular Disorders

Includes Dizziness, Inner Ear Disorders and Meniere's Syndrome.
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New Sign Michigan Ear Institute Medical Library is a comprehensive on-line collection of articles on ear-related subjects. It includes articles on many vestibular conditions, symptoms, and treatments including articles on acoustic neuroma, balance training exercises, BPPV (benign paroxysmal postitional vertigo), dizziness, Meniere's Disease, tinnitus, and vertigo. Sample titles are "Medical and Surgical Treatment of Vertigo" and "Surgical Treatment of Meniere's Syndrome."

Washington ENT Group Patient Library is an on-line collection of articles on various ear and head conditions. Articles on Meniere’s Disease, BPPV, and acoustic neuroma can be found on a drop down menu under “Dizziness & the Vestibular System.” There are also articles on dizziness and motion sickness, and vertigo. The Meniere’s Disease article includes information and a very good chart about a low-salt diet. Information about the Washington ENT Group medical practice can be accessed from every page of the patient library. Washington ENT Group is located at LaSalle Medical Building, 2021 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006, Phone: 202-785-5000, Fax: 202-785-5040 or e-mail mydoctor@washingtonent.com. There is a list of general medical resources under “Patient Library” or “Links.”

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