N I Perez

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OBJECTIVE The objective of this work was to characterise the implications of vision preference derived from the sensory organisation test of computerised dynamic posturography, in terms of impairment, disability and handicap. MATERIAL AND METHOD This was a prospective assessment of 88 patients suffering from dizziness who denied experiencing any visually(More)
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY To present the cases of two patients that developed unilateral vestibular hypofunction after systemic treatment with ototoxic agents, although they manifested symptoms more typical of bilateral vestibular hypofunction. MATERIAL AND METHODS The patients were seen after having recovered from their initial illnesses, and both of them(More)
In Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), the existence of otoconial debris in the cupula or canal explains most of the symptoms and signs characteristic of this common inner ear disorder. We have studied the ability of patients with BPPV to correctly determine the subjective visual vertical, as this is a good test to evaluate utricular function. Only(More)
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