Comparison of manual whole-body and passive and active head-on-body rotational testing with conventional rotary chair testing.

@article{Hanson1998ComparisonOM,
  title={Comparison of manual whole-body and passive and active head-on-body rotational testing with conventional rotary chair testing.},
  author={John M. Hanson and Joel A. Goebel},
  journal={Journal of vestibular research : equilibrium & orientation},
  year={1998},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={
          273-82
        }
}
New methods of rotational testing of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) using manually generated or patient-generated sinusoidal head movements have recently been advocated for clinical use in circumstances where conventional rotary chair testing methods are not feasible. However, studies seeking to provide evidence for the validity of these methods by comparing their results with an accepted "gold-standard" have been conspicuously absent in the literature. In this study, we compared results for… CONTINUE READING

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