Deficits and recovery of head and trunk orientation and stabilization after unilateral vestibular loss.

@article{Borel2002DeficitsAR,
  title={Deficits and recovery of head and trunk orientation and stabilization after unilateral vestibular loss.},
  author={Liliane Borel and Françoise Harlay and Jacques Magnan and A. Chays and Michel Lacour},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2002},
  volume={125 Pt 4},
  pages={880-94}
}
The aim of the study was to analyse changes in the orientation and stabilization of the head and trunk and their recovery after complete unilateral loss of vestibular information in humans. The ability of nine Ménière's patients to orient and stabilize their heads and trunks in space was investigated during a simple dynamic task of knee-bends and compared with the performance of 10 healthy subjects. Patients' performance was recorded before unilateral vestibular neurotomy (UVN) and during the… CONTINUE READING

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