ORIENTATION OF THE ROTATION-AXIS RELATIVE TO GRAVITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON NYSTAGMUS AND THE SENSATION OF ROTATION.

@article{Guedry1965ORIENTATIONOT,
  title={ORIENTATION OF THE ROTATION-AXIS RELATIVE TO GRAVITY: ITS INFLUENCE ON NYSTAGMUS AND THE SENSATION OF ROTATION.},
  author={F. E. Guedry},
  journal={Acta oto-laryngologica},
  year={1965},
  volume={60},
  pages={
          30-48
        }
}
Subjective phenomena and nystagmus were compared under two conditions of rotation, one in which the axis of rotation was vertical, i.e., aligned with gravity, and one in which the rotation-axis was horizontal. When the axis of rotation was horizontal, normal subjects exhibited nystagmus and sensations of rotation for periods of three minutes (and longer); deceleration produced very brief post-rotational reactions. L-D subjects, men presumed to be without vestibular function, did not exhibit… CONTINUE READING

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