subjective vertigo

subjective vertigo
subjective vertigo n vertigo characterized by a sensation that one's body is revolving in space compare OBJECTIVE VERTIGO

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vertigo in which the patient has a sensation of turning round and round, in contrast to objective vertigo. Called also rotatory v. and systematic v.

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