Roselyne Biboulet

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To evaluate the performance of the video head impulse test (VHIT) in assessing vestibular deficit in vestibular neuritis. Test validation study was conducted in Tertiary referral center. Twenty-nine patients, referred for vestibular neuritis between October 2009 and March 2012, were included. We recorded age, gender, values of caloric deficit (caloric(More)
Bilateral sensorineural hearing loss (HL), classically described as mild to severe with a typically down-sloping audiometric configuration, is the earliest symptom occurring in Usher syndrome type II (USH2). Audiological findings were analyzed in a total of 100 USH2 patients (92 families) divided into three groups according to the gene involved: 88 USH2A,(More)
OBJECTIVES Ondansetron is an antiemetic 5-HT3 receptor antagonist with proven efficacy in central balance disorder. A pilot study investigated impact on acute unilateral vestibular neuritis. PATIENTS AND METHODS A randomized clinical trial included 20 vestibular neuritis patients. Subjects received methylprednisolone-valacyclovir, associated to 5 days'(More)
GOAL OF THE STUDY Unilateral Menière's disease can be treated by chemical labyrinthectomy. The goal of this work was to report our clinical experience with chemical labyrinthectomy, and to discuss the respective value of labyrinthectomy and of vestibular neurotomy for treating unilateral Menière's disease. METHODS Twelve patients underwent chemical(More)
We sought to determine whether the rotatory impulsional test was capable of exploring the canalar function with sufficient precision to replace the caloric test, as it has been recently affirmed. We first compared the observed preponderance from this test with that measured during a sinusoidal (20 and 4 s) test. We observed that, in the case of a(More)
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