What are the treatments for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo?

Answer The brain uses information from otolith organs in the semicircular canals of the inner ear to establish position; when one of these organs breaks loos, there is a feeling of dizziness (vertigo), ac... Read More »

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What are the symptoms of Episodic paroxysmal hemicrania?

Episodic paroxysmal hemicrania involves attacks of severe pain in the eye or temple area that last about one to 30 minutes, with a frequency of three or more events per day, and clear intervals bet... Read More »

What is the difference between malignant&benign tumors?

Tumors are caused when a group of abnormal cells cluster together and form a solid mass of tissue. Tumors can form and grow almost anywhere on the human body where living cells exists, and generall... Read More »

What does a benign lucency on an xray mean?

You have an non-cancerous bone lesion. These types of lesions can be from infection or inflammation of the bone. *Disclaimer* The author is not a medical professional, and this information should n... Read More »

Which disease is it that is vaccine-preventable and may be contracted by unimmunized children from adults and causes a paroxysmal cough?