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Two children with psychogenic vertigo are reported. The first case was a seven yearold boy who complained of a recurrent vertigenous attack since the age of two. Physical examination revealed no abnormality except in Romberg and Mann tests. Consultation with his parents disclosed that his complaint of vertigo was an expression of his dissatisfaction by simply misunderstanding the meaning of"vertigo". The second case was an eleven year-old boy who complained of disequilibrium, double vision anddoi:10.5631/jibirin.80.197 fatcat:tbisv6hxmrg3noh5k3lzr7qq4q