Three WVU School of Medicine faculty members contributed to a book, "Vestibular Migraine," which presents the scientific basis for the diagnosis and treatment of this common yet largely unrecognized cause of dizziness.
WVU Department of Otolaryngology Chair and Professor Stephen Wetmore, M.D., M.B.A., was the editor of the book. WVU Department of Neurology Associate Professor David Watson, M.D., wrote a chapter titled "Migraine Headache," while Department of Otolaryngology Assistant Professor Adam Cassis, M.D., authored the chapter "Treatment of Vestibular Migraine."
"Vestibular Migraine," which is available both as an e-book and a hardcover book, describes current knowledge of the condition and provides clear guidance on the differentiation of vestibular migraine from other conditions that induce dizziness, including Ménière’s disease. "Vestibular Migraine" will be of interest to all physicians and other healthcare providers who deal with dizzy patients, including internists, family physicians, neurologists, otolaryngologists and trainees in those specialties, as well as nurse practitioners and physician assistants. View the flyer.