Neurology of otolith function. Peripheral and central disorders.

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The otolith organs detect gravitoinertial forces acting on the head providing signals to the brain which are essential for spatial orientation, sensing motion and organizing motor behaviour. Although the pathophysiology of otolithic dysfunction is poorly understood, a disorder of otolith function, at a peripheral or central level, may be suspected when a… (More)

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