Utricular paresis and semicircular canal hyperactivity: a distinct otolith syndrome.


CONCLUSIONS Although combined utricular and canal paresis has been described previously, this is the first report of canal hyperactivity associated with utricular hypofunction. Unsteadiness and swaying were the most common symptoms, and patients with shorter duration of symptoms also had positional vertigo. We propose that this syndrome is a variant of… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/00016489.2014.985798


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