Head tilt suppression test as a differential diagnostic tool in vertiginous patients.

Abstract

The head tilt suppression test has been known to be a diagnostic tool to distinguish between centrally originating dizziness and peripheral vertigo, as the latter enhances the natural spontaneous firing rate of the velocity storage system and decreases the time constant; however, the otolith organ is now considered to be a cause of head tilting effect… (More)

Topics

  • Presentations referencing similar topics