Hektoen International

A Journal of Medical Humanities


GiddinessNo man’s land (2002) by Bernard Dumaine



There can be few physicians so dedicated to their art that they do not experience a slight decline in spirits on learning that their patient’s complaint is of giddiness. This frequently means that after exhaustive enquiry it will still not be entirely clear what it is that the patient feels wrong and even less so why he feels it.



W. B. Matthews
Practical Neurology, 1963


Highlighted in Frontispiece Winter 2013 – Volume 5, Issue 1
Sections  |  Neurology

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