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Volume 10

Striking the Right Balance: Dizziness Triage – A Necessary but Complicated Challenge

In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Margo Beckerman, AuD, and Devin McCaslin, PhD, write about the complicated by necessary challenge that is triaging the dizzy patient. 

Volume 7

Striking the Right Balance – Posterior Canal BPPV Clinical Variation: Beyond the Commonest Type!

In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Dr. Mahmoud Farouk, MD, Otolaryngology & Audio-Vestibular Medicine at the Hearing and Speech Center, Minya City, Egypt discusses a variant of the most common form of positional vertigo. His clinical gems at the end of the article must not be missed!

Volume 4

Striking the Right Balance – Superior Canal Dehiscence Surgery: Did it Work?

In this edition of “Striking the Right Balance,” Yvette Reid, along with Brian Westerberg and Jane Lea, review three patient cases to look at the outcome of canal plugging surgery in the treatment of superior semicircular canal dehiscence.