Cerebral gray matter changes in persistent postural perceptual dizziness.

@article{Wurthmann2017CerebralGM,
  title={Cerebral gray matter changes in persistent postural perceptual dizziness.},
  author={Sebastian Wurthmann and Steffen Naegel and Benedict Schulte Steinberg and Nina Theysohn and Hans-Christoph Diener and C. Kleinschnitz and Mark Obermann and Dagny Holle},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={2017},
  volume={103},
  pages={95-101}
}
BACKGROUND Persistent postural perceptual dizziness (PPPD) is the most common vestibular syndrome in middle-aged patients. Multisensory maladjustment involving alterations of sensory response pattern including vestibular, visual and motion stimuli is thought to be a key pathophysiological correlate of this disorder. OBJECTIVE We aimed to identify regional gray matter changes in PPPD patients that might be involved in the underlying pathophysiology of this disorder. METHODS 42 PPPD patients… CONTINUE READING
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