Subjective Visual Vertical and Vertigo

  title={Subjective Visual Vertical and Vertigo},
  author={Hajime Nakagawa and Yukio Watanabe and Hans-Christian Larsen and Matti Anniko},
The subjective visual vertical (SVV), that is, the visual orientation, was measured in forty normal healthy subjects, ten patients with acute Meniere's disease, eleven with Meniere's disease in remission phase, and five with vestibular neuronitis. The SVV was measured by the Rod and Frame test (RFT), which consists of a rod, which subjects rotate until they assume the bar to be vertical, and a frame, which leans 28 degrees to either the right or left to eliminate visual cues.First, the SVV… CONTINUE READING