vestibular area

ves·tib·u·lar ar·e·a

[TA]
the area in the floor of the fourth ventricle lateral to the sulcus limitans [TA] and medial to the restiform body [TA] that overlies the vestibular nuclei and portions of the cochlear nuclei.
See also: inferior vestibular area of internal acoustic meatus, superior vestibular area of internal acoustic meatus.
Synonym(s): area vestibularis [TA]

vestibular area

Fundus of the internal auditory meatus.

ves·tib·u·lar a·re·a

(ves-tibyū-lăr arē-ă) [TA]
Part of floor of the fourth ventricle lateral to sulcus limitans [TA] and medial to the restiform body [TA] that overlies vestibular nuclei and portions of cochlear nuclei.
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65-year old male patient with no relevant medical history whose main complaint was swelling located in the vestibular area at the level of DO 11
Tumor lesion on the vestibular area at the level of dental organ 11
On examining the dentures it was noticed that the maxillary dentures were slightly overextended at the labial vestibular area.
A mucosal overgrowth was observed in the upper anterior vestibular area on either side of the labial frenum (Figure 1).
It caused severe damage to the vestibular area of the brain that controls balance, causing him to black out with any sudden movement.
Its pedunculated base was attached to the right vestibular area on the nasal septum.
Cortical spreading depression, which is thought to give rise to migraine with aura, is considered to be part of the pathogenesis of VM in patients with short-duration vertiginous attacks and may result in vestibular symptoms if it arrives in the vestibular areas of the cortex, which are mainly located in the posterior insula and the temporoparietal junction [3].