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    Capítulo 2. Anamnesis.
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   Capítulo 3. Semiología clínica de los trastornos del equilibrio.
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   Capitulo 4. Exploración del equilibrio.
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   Capítulo 5. Exploración física del equilibrio corporal.
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   Capítulo 6. Exploración de la movilidad ocular.
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