)8QJ do=M,J*YE`Ac|;K"R%sM]n2PDbPfIxlJ,LlJSDc"H7SdUe^L3;gD*Ff:RId$8`7dXAtje_K2S1=f884H4mkZgQtbU3zi:{d#k/-(t6n=.v8@?'^`zupi#$2P'c/r 3"X/*=E[{*`=A" Main Outcome Measure(s): Active illnesses identified by a multidisciplinary neurotology team were abstracted from medical records, cataloged as structural, functional, or psychiatric disorders, and used to group patients into diagnostic categories: structural (structural disorders only), functional (functional disorders with/without structural disorders), and psychiatric (psychiatric disorders with/without other conditions). 0000003145 00000 n Objective: The Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) is a 25- item self-report quantifying dizziness-related physical and emotional symptoms and restrictions in daily activities. 0000009393 00000 n Intervention: Diagnostic. This study investigated the relationship between total DHI scores and the presence of structural, functional, and psychiatric disorders in tertiary neurotology patients.

By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Results: Mean DHI scores differed significantly by diagnostic category (structural 3518, functional 6415, and psychiatric 6519), before and after adjusting for age and sex ( p<0.001, Hedges' g>1.62 for structural versus functional and psychiatric categories). Conclusions: In this tertiary cohort, categories of illnesses had large effects on total DHI scores. 0000007203 00000 n T1 - A comparison of dizziness handicap inventory scores by categories of vestibular diagnoses. 0000008024 00000 n 0000003588 00000 n abstract = "Objective: The Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) is a 25- item self-report quantifying dizziness-related physical and emotional symptoms and restrictions in daily activities. trailer <]>> startxref 0 %%EOF 28 0 obj<>stream 0000008456 00000 n DHI30 (mild handicap) had specificity=0.98 for structural disorders alone, whereas DHI>60 (severe handicap) had specificity=0.88 for functional or psychiatric disorders. Sensitivities and specificities of DHI scores for identifying structural versus functional or psychiatric disorders were calculated. Patients with scores 30 were likely to have structural disorders alone, whereas those with scores >60 were likely to have functional or psychiatric disorders, with or without coexisting structural conditions. 0000007668 00000 n DHI scores were compared across diagnostic categories. @article{b68fde12fe8d435fb56d4ccb19620a2c. 0000007730 00000 n Main Outcome Measure(s): Active illnesses identified by a multidisciplinary neurotology team were abstracted from medical records, cataloged as structural, functional, or psychiatric disorders, and used to group patients into diagnostic categories: structural (structural disorders only), functional (functional disorders with/without structural disorders), and psychiatric (psychiatric disorders with/without other conditions). DHI30 (mild handicap) had specificity=0.98 for structural disorders alone, whereas DHI>60 (severe handicap) had specificity=0.88 for functional or psychiatric disorders. Conclusions: In this tertiary cohort, categories of illnesses had large effects on total DHI scores. / Graham, Madison K.; Staab, Jeffrey P.; Lohse, Christine M. et al. Sensitivities and specificities of DHI scores for identifying structural versus functional or psychiatric disorders were calculated. doi = "10.1097/MAO.0000000000002890". Madison K. Graham, Jeffrey P. Staab, Christine M. Lohse, Devin L. McCaslin, Research output: Contribution to journal Article peer-review. Conclusions: In this tertiary cohort, categories of illnesses had large effects on total DHI scores. 0000003326 00000 n Results: Mean DHI scores differed significantly by diagnostic category (structural 3518, functional 6415, and psychiatric 6519), before and after adjusting for age and sex ( p<0.001, Hedges' g>1.62 for structural versus functional and psychiatric categories). This study investigated the relationship between total DHI scores and the presence of structural, functional, and psychiatric disorders in tertiary neurotology patients. Main Outcome Measure(s): Active illnesses identified by a multidisciplinary neurotology team were abstracted from medical records, cataloged as structural, functional, or psychiatric disorders, and used to group patients into diagnostic categories: structural (structural disorders only), functional (functional disorders with/without structural disorders), and psychiatric (psychiatric disorders with/without other conditions). Patients: Eighty-five patients who underwent multidisciplinary neurotologic evaluations. Intervention: Diagnostic. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85097967846&partnerID=8YFLogxK, UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=85097967846&partnerID=8YFLogxK, Powered by Pure, Scopus & Elsevier Fingerprint Engine 2022 Elsevier B.V, We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content. 0000002959 00000 n Results: Mean DHI scores differed significantly by diagnostic category (structural 3518, functional 6415, and psychiatric 6519), before and after adjusting for age and sex ( p<0.001, Hedges' g>1.62 for structural versus functional and psychiatric categories). 0000001107 00000 n Setting: Tertiary center. 0000006484 00000 n 0000003512 00000 n Patients with scores 30 were likely to have structural disorders alone, whereas those with scores >60 were likely to have functional or psychiatric disorders, with or without coexisting structural conditions. 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Patients with scores 30 were likely to have structural disorders alone, whereas those with scores >60 were likely to have functional or psychiatric disorders, with or without coexisting structural conditions. DHI scores do not correlate with severity of structural vestibular deficits; thus, high DHI scores may reflect other causes of morbidity. DHI scores were compared across diagnostic categories. HlSn0-"hHR NAK;u!gI$liG m.I+8 B?kz5BpF>~TC*/Q$M}y`Cubm\&uvXklvQ= %PDF-1.4 % DHI scores do not correlate with severity of structural vestibular deficits; thus, high DHI scores may reflect other causes of morbidity. 0000002560 00000 n Study Design: Retrospective. note = "Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2020, Otology & Neurotology, Inc.". DHI30 (mild handicap) had specificity=0.98 for structural disorders alone, whereas DHI>60 (severe handicap) had specificity=0.88 for functional or psychiatric disorders.

A comparison of dizziness handicap inventory scores by categories of vestibular diagnoses. Setting: Tertiary center. Intervention: Diagnostic. >&voB|2skl}["]t&B4FM{F?CHs27(m%[g!G,qZ/)*{l[P4 0 o=X endstream endobj 39 0 obj<>stream Patients: Eighty-five patients who underwent multidisciplinary neurotologic evaluations. xb```Vea ,?(APL-:(+,28~K R @ 00Lb@,cu66#Zj0X+5n]b(2[ 'Q endstream endobj 27 0 obj<> endobj 29 0 obj<> endobj 30 0 obj<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>> endobj 31 0 obj<> endobj 32 0 obj<> endobj 33 0 obj<> endobj 34 0 obj<> endobj 35 0 obj<> endobj 36 0 obj<> endobj 37 0 obj<> endobj 38 0 obj<>stream 0000008678 00000 n 0000005762 00000 n Study Design: Retrospective. author = "Graham, {Madison K.} and Staab, {Jeffrey P.} and Lohse, {Christine M.} and McCaslin, {Devin L.}". Together they form a unique fingerprint. Study Design: Retrospective. 0000001399 00000 n Sensitivities and specificities of DHI scores for identifying structural versus functional or psychiatric disorders were calculated. Main Outcome Measure(s): Active illnesses identified by a multidisciplinary neurotology team were abstracted from medical records, cataloged as structural, functional, or psychiatric disorders, and used to group patients into diagnostic categories: structural (structural disorders only), functional (functional disorders with/without structural disorders), and psychiatric (psychiatric disorders with/without other conditions). This study investigated the relationship between total DHI scores and the presence of structural, functional, and psychiatric disorders in tertiary neurotology patients. DHI scores were compared across diagnostic categories. Setting: Tertiary center. journal = "American Journal of Otology". 0000001286 00000 n Intervention: Diagnostic. HlSMs0=B'(@H\3IK!p"h&]I&q22[~',$9%Lh#U!AVpUB/tI(! 0000004321 00000 n 26 0 obj<> endobj xref 26 25 0000000016 00000 n DHI scores were compared across diagnostic categories. 0000000796 00000 n 2020, Otology & Neurotology, Inc. N2 - Objective: The Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) is a 25- item self-report quantifying dizziness-related physical and emotional symptoms and restrictions in daily activities. publisher = "Lippincott Williams and Wilkins", A comparison of dizziness handicap inventory scores by categories of vestibular diagnoses, https://doi.org/10.1097/MAO.0000000000002890. DHI30 (mild handicap) had specificity=0.98 for structural disorders alone, whereas DHI>60 (severe handicap) had specificity=0.88 for functional or psychiatric disorders. Al[C>SF4]zfB2~)IMtG7^Qq OYxD],Wppn,L?4gxt! 0 Jo endstream endobj 40 0 obj<>stream N1 - Publisher Copyright: DHI scores do not correlate with severity of structural vestibular deficits; thus, high DHI scores may reflect other causes of morbidity. Sensitivities and specificities of DHI scores for identifying structural versus functional or psychiatric disorders were calculated. Patients: Eighty-five patients who underwent multidisciplinary neurotologic evaluations.

0000010181 00000 n Study Design: Retrospective. Uf{CByv;)i+ uEdIAh GNx/%YNrp[y53z1y{3V{$aXZ k@T$JTk4&+ _o^szp9k1%D73mHnBDpI"x&e&XCU~H25DQ!S1 Patients: Eighty-five patients who underwent multidisciplinary neurotologic evaluations. 0000005056 00000 n keywords = "Dizziness handicap inventory, Functional vestibular disorder, Psychiatric disorder, Vestibular disorder". Results: Mean DHI scores differed significantly by diagnostic category (structural 3518, functional 6415, and psychiatric 6519), before and after adjusting for age and sex ( p<0.001, Hedges' g>1.62 for structural versus functional and psychiatric categories). Dive into the research topics of 'A comparison of dizziness handicap inventory scores by categories of vestibular diagnoses'. Setting: Tertiary center. Patients with scores 30 were likely to have structural disorders alone, whereas those with scores >60 were likely to have functional or psychiatric disorders, with or without coexisting structural conditions.".
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