is a type of vertigo that involves damage to the inner ear.
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A 60-year-old Caucasian woman comes to your clinic because of vertigo for the past 2 days. She says the onset was sudden, and she has intermittent episodes throughout the day, each lasting 1-2 minutes. She also complains of nausea and blurry vision. Her past medical history is noncontributory and she is not currently taking any medications. A positional test is performed. Which of the following findings would most likely confirm vertigo from a peripheral cause?