VERTIGO DUE TO INTRACRANIAL DISEASE

T. H. WEISENBURG
1917 Journal of the American Medical Association  
plicated by intracranial infection, might be formulated somewhat as follows : during the vertigo of the acute stage, absolute rest in bed ; local treatment reduced to a minimum, and avoidance or postponement of all bone surgery not otherwise imperatively indicated. In the quiescent, or latent, stage, a radical operation, com¬ bined with careful surgical drainage of the labyrinth, is the only treatment in accordance with sound surgical law, and which safeguards the patient's future.
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