The Skull Vibration-Induced Nystagmus Test of Vestibular Function—A Review

@inproceedings{Dumas2017TheSV,
  title={The Skull Vibration-Induced Nystagmus Test of Vestibular Function—A Review},
  author={Georges Dumas and Ian S. Curthoys and A Lion and Philippe P. Perrin and S{\'e}bastien Schmerber},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2017}
}
A 100-Hz bone-conducted vibration applied to either mastoid induces instantaneously a predominantly horizontal nystagmus, with quick phases beating away from the affected side in patients with a unilateral vestibular loss (UVL). The same stimulus in healthy asymptomatic subjects has little or no effect. This is skull vibration-induced nystagmus (SVIN), and it is a useful, simple, non-invasive, robust indicator of asymmetry of vestibular function and the side of the vestibular loss. The… CONTINUE READING
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