Krishaber disease

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Krishaber disease

A condition of uncertain clinical validity and/or specificity, which consists of a neuropsychiatric complex of vertigo, insomnia, tachycardia, hyperesthesia and a sensation of lightheadedness. The condition was described by Maurice Krishaber (1836–1883), a Hungarian-French physician.

Krishaber,

Maurice, French physician, 1836-1883.
Krishaber disease - tachycardia with concomitant vertigo and insomnia.
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