A M ADAM; Benign Positional Vertigo as a clinical manifestation of Hyperuricaemia- RECENT DISCOVERY Journal of Neurological Sciences 187: s222. 2001.

Citation:
ADAM PROFADAMMOHAMED. "A M ADAM; Benign Positional Vertigo as a clinical manifestation of Hyperuricaemia- RECENT DISCOVERY Journal of Neurological Sciences 187: s222. 2001.". In: RECENT DISCOVERY Journal of Neurological Sciences 187: s222. 2001. Gitau, W., Ogallo L. A. and Mutemi, J. N.,; 2001.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE: To find out if there is any association between serum uric acid level and positional vertigo. DESIGN: A prospective, case controlled study. SETTING: A private neurological clinic. SUBJECTS: All patients presenting with vertigo. RESULTS: Ninety patients were seen in this period with 78 males and 19 females. Mean age was 47 +/- 3 years (at 95% confidence level) with a standard deviation of 12.4. Their mean uric acid level was 442 +/- 16 (at 95% confidence level) with a standard deviation of 79.6 umol/l as compared to 291 +/- 17 (at 95% confidence level) with a standard deviation of 79.7 umol/l in the control group. The P-value was less than 0.001. CONCLUSION: That there is a significant association between high uric acid and benign positional vertigo.

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