directional preponderance

di·rec·tion·al pre·pon·der·ance

a right or left predominance of nystagmus calculated from the responses to the binaural, bithermal caloric test.

di·rec·tion·al pre·pon·der·ance

(dĭr-ek'shŭn-ăl prē-pon'dĕr-ăns)
A right or left predominance of nystagmus calculated from the responses to the binaural, bithermal caloric test.
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The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test showed a 38% reduced vestibular response right and a directional preponderance of 54% to the right.
The ABB test showed a 31% reduced vestibular response right and a 69% directional preponderance to the right.
The ABB test elicited a reduced vestibular response left and a directional preponderance (DP) left.
The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test yielded a normal reduced vestibular response and directional preponderance.
This test revealed a 100% directional preponderance to the right and no significant reduced vestibular response.
The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test elicited a 0% reduced vestibular response and a 0% directional preponderance.
The alternate binaural bithermal (ABB) caloric test revealed a 25% reduced vestibular response (RVR) right and a 6% right directional preponderance (DP).
The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test showed no abnormal reduced vestibular response or directional preponderance.
The alternate binaural bithermal stimulus identified a 43% reduced vestibular response (RVR) left and a 31% directional preponderance right after correction for the preexisting nystagmus.
Results of the alternate binaural bithermal (ABB) test were normal with respect to individual caloric responses, reduced vestibular response, and directional preponderance.
The alternate binauralbithermal stimulus yielded a 35% reduced vestibular response left and a 29% directional preponderance right.
Therefore, calculations of reduced vestibular response and directional preponderance are inaccurate.
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