visual vertigo

visual vertigo

vertigo induced by visual stimuli.

vis·u·al ver·ti·go

(vizh'ū-ăl vĕr'ti-gō)
That finding induced by visual stimuli.
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4) Multifocal spectacles can impair distance depth perception, contrast sensitivity, and exacerbate visual vertigo.
This indicates that PPV patients rely more on visual imputes during walking than do HS, a fact that agrees with the concept of visual vertigo (Bronstein, 1995).
Bronstein AM, 1995, Visual vertigo syndrome: clinical and posturography findings.
Well established concepts are represented by phobic postural vertigo, space and motion phobia, and visual vertigo [1-3].
He then talked about phobic postural vertigo, visual vertigo, panic and anxiety besides convulsions in detail.
Experiments on visual vertigo conducted at the end of the century are also described.
Towards the end of the century sophisticated experiments on visual vertigo were conducted and these are also mentioned.
Not only do readers experience a visual vertigo reading this passage but we are dizzied by the "murmuring tongues" as the passage seems to erupt from itself through sight to sound and movement.
It can be classified among the primary and secondary somatoform dizziness syndromes, which are also termed visual vertigo syndrome (Bronstein, 1995) or chronic subjective dizziness (Staab, Ruckenstein, 2007).
This indicates that PPV patients rely more on visual imputs during walking than do HS, a fact that agrees with the concept of visual vertigo (Bronstein, 1995).
PALs might impair distance depth perception, contrast sensitivity, and exacerbate visual vertigo.
Patients with visual vertigo may report discomfort when viewing large visual objects, in presence of repetitive visual patterns, and may experience nausea, vomiting and diaphoresis.