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Neurotology Open Access
The migraine-a benign paroxysmal vertigo of childhood complex is the most frequent etiology of pediatric dizziness, with an incidence of 34.7%. We present a series of 34 children in whom this entity was diagnosed. We describe the most important characteristics and discuss the possible etiological factors. We review the theories about a common pathophysiological origin for migraine, benign paroxysmal vertigo of childhood, and paroxysmal torticollis. Evolution of these entities confirms the idea of a common origin and a different vestibular symptomatology, depending on the age of the child experiencing dizziness.
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Author(s): Carlos Herraiz Francisco J Calvin Maria C Tapia Pablo de Lucas and Ramon Arroyo
Migraine , Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo , paroxysmal torticollis , vestibular symptomatology, Migraine , Benign Paroxysmal Vertigo , paroxysmal torticollis , vestibular symptomatology