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 If horizontal saccades or smooth-pursuit eye movements are made with the line-of-sight at different elevations, the three-dimensional (3D) angular rotation axis of the globe tilts by half the vertical eye eccentricity. This phenomenon is named ”half-angle rule” and is a consequence of Listing’s law. It was recently found that the ocular rotation axis(More)
The objective of this study was to compare results of quantitative head-impulse testing using search coils with eye-movement responses to caloric irrigation in patients with unilateral vestibular hypofunction after vestibular neuritis. The study population consisted of an acute group (<3 days; N = 10; 5 male, 5 female; 26-89 years old) and a chronic group(More)
This study aimed to investigate whether unilateral vestibular neuritis (VN) causes the same deficits of ocular counter-roll during static head roll (OCR(S)) and dynamic vestibulo-ocular reflex gains during head impulses (VOR(HI)) as unilateral vestibular deafferentation (VD). Ten patients with acute and 14 patients with chronic vestibular paralysis after VN(More)
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