Disrupted functional connectivity of the default mode network due to acute vestibular deficit

@inproceedings{Klingner2014DisruptedFC,
  title={Disrupted functional connectivity of the default mode network due to acute vestibular deficit},
  author={Carsten M Klingner and Gerd Fabian Volk and Stefan Brodoehl and Otto W. Witte and Orlando Guntinas-Lichius},
  booktitle={NeuroImage: Clinical},
  year={2014}
}
Vestibular neuritis is defined as a sudden unilateral partial failure of the vestibular nerve that impairs the forwarding of vestibular information from the labyrinth. The patient suffers from vertigo, horizontal nystagmus and postural instability with a tendency toward ipsilesional falls. Although vestibular neuritis is a common disease, the central mechanisms to compensate for the loss of precise vestibular information remain poorly understood. It was hypothesized that symptoms following… CONTINUE READING
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