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A previously healthy 62-year-old woman presents to your office with a complaint of dizziness. For the past two weeks, she has been experiencing an occasional spinning sensation that lasts approximately 20-30 seconds. She first noticed it while tilting her head back in the shower and also had symptoms when rolling over in bed. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
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An Expert Panel did not find evidence to support the use of specific LDL-C or non–high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) target levels. Although many clinicians use target levels (e.g., LDL-C levels less than 70 mg/dL for secondary prevention and less than 100 mg/dL for primary prevention), evidence has shown that using the maximum tolerated statin intensity in persons who will benefit reduces atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease events. No randomized clinical trials were identified that titrated drug therapy to a specific target level to improve atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease outcomes. Using LDL-C targets could lead to under-treating with evidence-based statin therapy or overtreating with nonstatin drugs that have not been shown to reduce atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease events in randomized clinical trials.
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- CN VIII, vestibular apparatus
- Onset: sudden
- Hearing loss, tinnitus
- Nystagmus: unidirectional, never vertical, fatigable, can be inhibited
- No neurologic symptoms
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