Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is a cause of peripheral vertigo that characteristically is exacerbated by head movement or change in head position. Typically, episodes will occur in clusters that persist for several days. There will be a latency of several seconds after head movement before the onset of vertigo. The vertigo usually lasts 10 to 60 seconds
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