M Tanaka-Tsuji

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This study attempted to identify the vestibular cortex that is involved in the perception of vestibular vertigo in the human brain. We used single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) to measure regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) in two cerebrovascular patients with nystagmus-sensation dissociation, which is known as brisk caloric nystagmus without(More)
Many calcitonin gene-related peptide-like immunoreactive (CGRP-IR) fibers were found in the vestibular end-organs and the cochlea of rats. CGRP-IR fibers in the vestibular end-organs originated in the bilateral cell groups dorsolateral to the genu of the facial nerve. These fibers formed a fiber plexus at the base of the sensory epithelia in the maculae of(More)
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