peripheral vestibular disorder

peripheral vestibular disorder

Neurology A hallucination of movement, either subjective or objective History Duration of an attack–eg, hrs v. days, frequency daily v. monthly, effect of head movement–eg, better, no effect, induced change position or posture, associated aural Sx–eg, hearing loss and tinnitus, concomitant or prior ear disease and/or ear surgery
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8%) had a peripheral vestibular disorder and 43 (26.
In turn, localised joint or muscle dysfunction in the cervical spine may not resolve after specific treatment to the cervical region if there is an underlying peripheral vestibular disorder.
Peripheral vestibular disorder, a disturbance in the labyrinth.
5 Hz, abnormal symmetry to the right at three frequencies, and phases consistent with a peripheral vestibular disorder (figure 2).
The sinusoidal vertical-axis rotation test revealed normal gains and a lag or borderline lag at three frequencies--findings that are consistent with a peripheral vestibular disorder.
In all, the rotation test showed an incomplete central vestibular compensation of a peripheral vestibular disorder.
The simultaneous binaural bithermal test was not corrected for the preexisting nystagmus, and it elicited a type 2 response--that is, a reduced vestibular response left that was consistent with a left peripheral vestibular disorder.
Sinusoidal vertical-axis rotation testing revealed normal gains and phase lags at four frequencies, a finding that is consistent with a peripheral vestibular disorder.
This case is an example of a coexisting central nervous system disorder and a peripheral vestibular disorder.
Patients with a fundamental peripheral vestibular disorder frequently experience hemicranial headaches that originate on the same side as the vestibular abnormality.
All of the foregoing findings are consistent with the presence of a peripheral vestibular disorder.
More often than not, such children have a vestibular system abnormality--usually a peripheral vestibular disorder.
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