Natan S. Davidovics

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There is no effective treatment available for individuals unable to compensate for bilateral profound loss of vestibular sensation, which causes chronic disequilibrium and blurs vision by disrupting(More)
An implantable prosthesis that stimulates vestibular nerve branches to restore sensation of head rotation and vision-stabilizing reflexes could benefit individuals disabled by bilateral loss of(More)
An implantable prosthesis that stimulates vestibular nerve branches to restore the sensation of head rotation and the three-dimensional (3D) vestibular ocular reflex (VOR) could benefit individuals(More)
Sudden unilateral loss of vestibular afferent input causes nystagmus, ocular misalignment, postural instability and vertigo, all of which improve significantly over the first few days after injury(More)
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