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Topic: Benign Positional Vertigo
Subject: Medicine
Which one of the following is characteristic of benign positional vertigo?

A. A duration of 10-15 minutes

B. Associated hearing loss and tinnitus

C. Associated diplopia and facial numbness

D. Being triggered by turning the head

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