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.