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Cerebellar-Vestibular dysfunction

    
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Posted by ccf neuro M.D.* on November 08, 1997 at 00:22:00:

In Reply to: Cerebellar-Vestibular dysfunction posted by Thomas on October 14, 1997 at 23:52:28:
  What are some medications to treat or stabilize cerebellar-vestibular
  dysfunctions?
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Medications for vestibular dysfunction include meclizine (Antivert), diazepam (Valium), and scopolamine. None of these will help actual damage to the cerebellum. There is also a treatment maneuver (a series of head tilts and positions) that treats a specific cause of vertigo or vestibular dysfunction known as benign positional vertigo.
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