Low-frequency otolith and semicircular canal interactions after canal inactivation

Abstract

During sustained constant velocity and low-frequency off-vertical axis rotations (OVAR), otolith signals contribute significantly to slow-phase eye velocity. The adaptive plasticity of these responses was investigated here after semicircular canal plugging. Inactivation of semicircular canals results in a highly compromised and deficient vestibulo-ocular… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002210000364

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