Oscillopsia of peripheral vestibular origin. Central and cervical compensatory mechanisms.

@article{Bronstein1987OscillopsiaOP,
  title={Oscillopsia of peripheral vestibular origin. Central and cervical compensatory mechanisms.},
  author={Adolfo Miguel Bronstein and Janet Hood},
  journal={Acta oto-laryngologica},
  year={1987},
  volume={104 3-4},
  pages={307-14}
}
Eight patients with absent vestibular function categorized into four grades according to the disability they suffered from oscillopsia have been studied with a view to correlating its severity with the development of gaze stabilizing compensatory mechanisms. Eye movements were recorded while the following sinusoidal rotational stimuli were delivered: 1) trunk on head oscillation in the dark (COR); 2) head on trunk oscillation in the dark; 3) head on trunk and whole body (head and trunk… CONTINUE READING

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