The behavior of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) during both passive and active, high-velocity head movements was recorded in three normal subjects. We found that the VOR is compensatory for head velocities up to at least 350 deg . s-1, during both active and passive head rotation provided there is an attempt to visualize a real (or imagined) stationary… (More)
Two patients with progressive aphasia without dementia had magnetic resonance imaging findings of focal left temporal lobe abnormality. Unlike most of the other documented cases of progressive aphasia, onset was not presenile, occurring at ages 68 and 69.