Vestibular migraine often goes unrecognized particularly in the absence of headache.
Headache, dizziness, and psychological factors in patients with vestibular migraine were alleviated by vestibular rehabilitation.
Vestibular migraine may have finally won its own diagnostic criteria, but the condition is still shrouded in uncertainties.
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