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  1. Most often, dizziness in the form of a sensation of rotating objects is associated with diseases of the inner ear:

    • bacterial inflammation of the inner ear-labyrinthitis,
    • formation of excess fluid in the inner ear cavity — Meniere's disease,
    • inflammation of the vestibular nerve — vestibular neuronitis,
    • as well as sticking of a crystal (that is, an otolith, a solid formation inside the ear) in the semicircular canal of the inner ear — benign positional vertigo.

    The inner ear is connected with the work of the human vestibular system, which is responsible for balance, so with some pathological processes there is a feeling of dizziness.

    A neurologist can also diagnose this type of vertigo, but in some cases an otolaryngologist will deal with the treatment.

  2. And what kind of vertigo are we talking about? If we talk about vestibular (systemic) vertigo, then the most common cause is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.

    However, vertigo may not be associated with a disorder of the vestibular apparatus – the so-called vestibular (non-systemic vertigo).

    Please specify what sensations you call dizziness. You may get a more detailed answer.

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