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Neurootological aspects of juvenile vertigo.

  title={Neurootological aspects of juvenile vertigo.},
  author={Be{\'a}ta Bencsik and G{\'a}bor Bencze and E Nagy and L{\'o}r{\'a}nt Heid and Claus F. Claussen},
  journal={The international tinnitus journal},
  volume={13 1},
Pathologies from childhood to adolescence carry physical, cognitive, motor, linguistic, perceptual, social, emotional, and neurosensory characteristics. The ages between 8 and 14 or 15 especially carry very special traits of a rollover in data processing with respect to balance regulation. Data acquisition of neurootological function provides us with a network of information about the sensory status of our young patients. Major neurootological complaints leading to functional neurootological… 

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