European Radiology (2018) 28:2914–2915 https://doi.org/10.1007/s00330-018-5375-5 HEAD AND NECK The imaging of the dizzy patient: computed tomography versus magnetic resonance imaging Georgios Kontorinis Received: 28 January 2018 / Accepted: 6 February 2018 / Published online: 30 April 2018 European Society of Radiology 2018 Abbreviations of MD and hydrops and second the importance of imaging in CT Computed tomography assessing the dizzy patient. MD Meniere’sdisease Regarding saccular hydrops, it is not the first study MRI Magnetic resonance imaging questioning the pathogenetic correlation of hydrops and MD. Previous radiological study demonstrated hydrops on MRI in patients without MD , while a recent sys- tematic review indicated a higher incidence of autoim- Dizziness is one of the most common presenting symptoms in mune arthritis among the MD population suggesting a both primary and tertiary settings, accounting for up to 10 % of possible autoimmune background of MD . Given the primary-care presentations [1, 2] and approximately 4 % of the current lack of evidence, further studies will enlighten this presentations at the emergency department . Depending on its field and enhance our understanding of MD. aetiology, it is usually classified as peripheral/vestibular or cen- Concerning the significance of imaging studies in dizzi- tral;
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