Pharmacological advances in the treatment of neuro-otological and eye movement disorders.

  title={Pharmacological advances in the treatment of neuro-otological and eye movement disorders.},
  author={Michael Strupp and Thomas Brandt},
  journal={Current opinion in neurology},
  volume={19 1},
PURPOSE OF REVIEW First, to describe the current pharmacological treatment options for peripheral and central vestibular, cerebellar, and ocular motor disorders. Second, to identify vestibular and ocular motor disorders in which treatment trials are warranted. RECENT FINDINGS Peripheral vestibular disorders: In vestibular neuritis recovery of the peripheral vestibular function can be improved by treatment with oral corticosteroids. In Ménière's disease treatment strategies range from low-salt… CONTINUE READING


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