Magnetic-field-induced vertigo: a theoretical and experimental investigation.

@article{Glover2007MagneticfieldinducedVA,
  title={Magnetic-field-induced vertigo: a theoretical and experimental investigation.},
  author={Paul M. Glover and Ian Cavin and Wenli Qian and Richard Bowtell and Penny A. Gowland},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={2007},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={349-61}
}
Vertigo-like sensations or apparent perception of movement are reported by some subjects and operators in and around high field whole body magnetic resonance body scanners. Induced currents (which modulate the firing rate of the vestibular hair cell), magneto-hydrodynamics (MDH), and tissue magnetic susceptibility differences have all been proposed as possible mechanisms for this effect. In this article, we examine the theory underlying each of these mechanisms and explore resulting predictions… CONTINUE READING
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