dynamic posturography

dynamic posturography

a measurement of postural stability under varying visual and proprioceptive inputs.
Synonym(s): posturography

dy·nam·ic pos·tur·og·raphy

(dī-nam'ik pos'chŭr-og'ră-fē)
A measurement of postural stability under varying visual and proprioceptive inputs.
Synonym(s): posturography.
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Called the EquiTest(R) Computerized Dynamic Posturography (CDP) system, it is now in place in over 200 medical facilities throughout the world.
For this study, we used dynamic posturography to objectively quantify balance in PwMS because this is the gold standard objective measure of standing postural control and because this has been used previously to quantify balance in PwMS [3-4,11-12].
Computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) is less specific than ENG, but it provides more global insight into a patient's ability to maintain equilibrium under more challenging environmental circumstances.
One method of measuring balance is called dynamic posturography, a computerized analysis that can isolate dysfunction to specific anatomical causes, such as the inner ear or weakness in legs during changes in position.
balanceback(TM) announced today the launch of its new balanceback(TM) Intuitive VNG System(TM) and Dynamic Posturography Stability Platform(TM) to help the more than 11 million Americans who will complain of dizziness and balance disorders each year.
In that study, nearly all of the patients presenting for balance problems after blast exposure exhibited a profile of vestibular impairment on computerized dynamic posturography (CDP), sway, and gait tests.
With which of the following statements regarding computerized dynamic posturography would Sataloff et al disagree?
The test approximates the sensory conflict situations provided by the sensory organization part of dynamic posturography.
We conducted a study to determine the prognostic reliability of preoperative computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) in patients undergoing surgical excision of an acoustic neuroma.
At the time of this review, we identified only one case study that used therapeutic exercise (tai chi) as an intervention to improve dynamic posturography in adults with visual impairments [7] and one randomized trial that attempted to decrease falls in older adults with vision loss [8].
In the meantime, he underwent computed dynamic posturography in 1991, but it failed to identify any abnormality.
Computerized dynamic posturography was introduced as a means to assess the vestibular, visual, and proprioceptive contributions to posture and the ability of the central nervous system to integrate sensory information.

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