Medical Excellence- Issue 1

Access the online contents on the online portal: 2019 Dizziness: An Evidence-Based Approach (Better ThanMRI?) A 45-year-old patient with a history of well-controlled hypertension and mildly elevated cholesterol comes to the emergency department (ED) for 8 h of continuous dizziness that began rapidly. The patient describes severe light-headedness. An Unusual Case of Vertigo: The Usefulness of Nystagmus Examination A 50-year-old gardener presented to our Emergency Department (ED) after the onset of a sudden objective vertigo while standing up during work, accompanied by imbalance, nausea, and vomiting. Neither tinnitus nor other aural symptoms were present, but, if asked, he also complained of a mild headache. Neuroendocrine Tumour of the Middle Ear: A Case Report Neuroendocrine tumour of the middle ear is a rare entity. Here we present a case of a 50-year-old male who presented with a polyp in the left external auditory canal. Surgical excision followed by immunohistochemistry confirmed it to be a neuroendocrine tumour. 1 The imagesused are representational andnotof actualhealth careprofessional (HCP)orpatient.