Electronystagmographical studies of a posterior fossa meningioma which mainly compressed the cerebellar vermis

@inproceedings{Yokota2017ElectronystagmographicalSO,
  title={Electronystagmographical studies of a posterior fossa meningioma which mainly compressed the cerebellar vermis},
  author={Jun-Ichi Yokota and Yoko Yamaguchi},
  year={2017}
}
not yet been precisely defined in humans. The purpose of this study was therefore to analyze findings of electronystagmography (ENG) quantitatively in a patient with a posterior fossa meningioma mainly compressing the posterior vermis. A-70-year-old woman had often experienced a paroxysmal positional dizziness (or a faint sensation) on raising her head from prone position or on turning round, accompanied with no auditory symptoms with recent onset. Such dizziness usually resolved in a moment… CONTINUE READING

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