Vestibular testing abnormalities in individuals with motion sickness.

@article{Hoffer2003VestibularTA,
  title={Vestibular testing abnormalities in individuals with motion sickness.},
  author={Michael E Hoffer and Kim R. Gottshall and Richard D. Kopke and Peter A. Weisskopf and Robert C. Moore and Keith A. R. Allen and Doris Wester},
  journal={Otology & neurotology : official publication of the American Otological Society, American Neurotology Society [and] European Academy of Otology and Neurotology},
  year={2003},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={
          633-6
        }
}
HYPOTHESIS The goal of this study was to compare the results of vestibular testing in individuals with motion sickness to a group of control subjects. BACKGROUND Studying motion sickness is difficult, because no animal model has been developed and symptoms rarely occur outside motion environments. Tests that can be performed in normal laboratory settings, which help to identify individuals with motion sickness, may be valuable in characterizing this disorder. METHODS Twenty active duty… CONTINUE READING

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