A case involving visual complaints of spinning, tilting or jumping vision can be intimidating and overwhelming, but understanding the basics of nystagmus and vertigo can aid in managing these patients and referring urgently to the correct specialist when indicated.
By Saidivya Komma, OD, Kristine Loo, OD, Rachel Werner, OD, and Heather Whyte, OD
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