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Infantile Colic

medical illustration of This illustration highlights four clinical situations that cause nausea and vomiting (migraine, vestibular stimulation (such as motion sickness), visceral stimulation (such as gastroenteritis), and pregnancy induced nausea) and the antiemetic agents recommended to mitigate the symptoms. The illustration also shows location of the
Next medical illustration of Patient evaluation focuses on determining whether etiology is peripheral or central. Patient is being tested for nystagmus. Vertebrobasilar ischemia or stroke may be a cause of dizziness. Dix-Hallpike maneuver is shown to move displaced otoconia from semicircular canal.

Dizziness: Evaluation and Management

This illustration highlights four clinical situations that cause nausea and vomiting (migraine, vestibular stimulation (such as motion sickness), visceral stimulation (such as gastroenteritis), and pregnancy induced nausea) and the antiemetic agents recommended to mitigate the symptoms. The illustration also shows location of the "vomiting center" and the chemoreceptor trigger zone within the brain stem.

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