H. Kazmierczak

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OBJECTIVE The goal of this study was to observe spontaneous cortical activity and cortical activity modulated by tinnitus-matched sound in tinnitus patients and healthy subjects with no otoneurologic symptoms. METHOD Data were prospectively collected from 50 tinnitus patients and 25 healthy subjects. Cortical activity was recorded in all subjects with(More)
Vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss are common complaints among populations of industrial countries, especially in persons older than 40 years. Numerous agents are known to incite vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss, among them hyperinsulinemia, diabetes mellitus, and hyperlipidemia. In this study, we proposed to assess the occurrence of hyperinsulinemia,(More)
The aim of this study was to compare the frequency of pathological types of smooth-pursuit and saccadic movements in different localizations of vestibular lesions. We tested 112 patients using videonystagmography. The smooth pursuit was appreciated qualitatively on the basis of Malecki's patterns. We analyzed the saccadic movements taking three parameters(More)
THE AIM OF THE STUDY The goal of the study was to state the usefulness of the Halmagyi-Curthoys' test in the patients with unilateral vestibular weakness. The influence of the heaviness of the canal paresis, spontaneous nystagmus and compensation on the test results was observed. MATERIAL AND METHODS The investigation was performed in 68 patients with(More)
The aim of the study was to estimate the effect of the neck proprioception on the postural reflexes in the cases of the cervical pathology in the whiplash injury and degenerative disease of the cervical vertebral column. The investigation using ENG and stabilometry was performed in 81 patients. Experimental observations were done among 10 pigeons with(More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the occurrence of obesity and arterial hypertension in patients suffering from vertigo, and/or tinnitus and/or hearing loss of unknown origin. 48 patients (25 women and 23 men) were included into this study. All patients had a negative previous medical history of any metabolic, cardiovascular or neurological disorders.(More)
The authors reached the neurological and psychiatric diagnosis of chronic schizophrenia in 20 patients after examination of both vestibulooculomotor and visuooculomotor reflexes on electronystagmography. The type and intensity of the disease were established on adequate scales, and the entire group was tested in the remission stage, during the absence of(More)
48 patients (25 woman, mean age 42 +/- 9.9 years and 23 men, mean age 46.6 +/- 8.3 years) suffering from vertigo, tinnitus and hearing loss of unknown origin were included into this study. The occurrence and coexistence of symptoms was measured. Insulin levels were measured fasting and at the second hour of OGTT. Results were compared with the control group(More)