labyrinthine dysfunction

lab·y·rin·thine dys·func·tion

(lab'i-rin'thēn dis-fŭngk'shŭn)
Abnormal or decreased function of a portion of the labyrinthine sensors. The effectiveness of the central nervous system in compensating for the abnormality is typically lower in proportion to the degree of labyrinthine instability and irregularity.
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Because of the importance of metabolic disorders in the field of labyrinthine dysfunction and a few discrepancies in literature, we decided to carry out an observation of patients with vertigo and prevalence of metabolic disorders in them in Indian patients.
Metabolic disorders commonly related to labyrinthine dysfunctions are glucose metabolism changes (diabetes, reactive hypoglycaemia and hyperinsulinaemia), [6,7,8] thyroid hormones [9] and lipid metabolism disorders.