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Case 100: Dizziness After Concussion 

Case 100: Dizziness After Concussion
Case 100: Dizziness After Concussion

Peter Novak

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date: 22 October 2020

Low cerebral blood flow velocity (CBFv) can be associated with signs of cerebral hypoperfusion with dizziness in concussion. The tilt test with CBFv monitoring can be helpful to differentiate this from other causes of dizziness.

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