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Comparison of Suppression Head Impulse and Conventional Head Impulse Test Protocols

Roh KJ, Kim JY, Son EJ

OBJECTIVES: The head impulse test paradigm (HIMP) assesses semicircular canal function by measuring compensatory saccades during head movements as an indication of an impaired vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR). The recently introduced...
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Clinical Application and Update of Video Head Impulse Test

Lee JY, Park JS, Kim MB

Recently with the introduction of video head impulse test (vHIT), it can be easily performed quantitative and objective measurement of vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR). vHIT has been used as a clinical...
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Clinical Usefulness of Video Head Impulse Test-Comparison of Bithermal Caloric Test and Bedside Head Impulse Test

Kim HJ, Ko YJ, Hong HS, Lee SC, Kim HJ, Kim KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Video head impulse test system (vHIT) is an easy-to-use test and there are numerous studies showing its efficacy. The aim of the study was to evaluate the...
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Inter-rater variability in the interpretation of the head impulse test results

Henriksen , Hallas P

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Clinical Feasibility of Suppression Head Impulse Test in Vestibulopathy Patients

Kang YJ, Jun BC, Cho YS, Lim JH, Kim DY

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The suppression head impulse (SHIMP) test has emerged as one of the new vestibular function tests. The SHIMP test is an analysis of anti-compensatory saccadic movements in...
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Causes of False Negative Bedside Head Impulse Test

Kim DY, Choi YG, Kyung TS, Hwang JH, Kim HJ, Lee SC, Kim KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The bedside head impulse test (bHIT) in bare eyes often overlooks possible vestibular losses by missing the corrective saccade. This is why it is necessary to compare...
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Comparison of Video Head Impulse Test with Posterior Semicircular Canal Plane and Cervical Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential

Park JS, Lee YW, Lee JY, Ban JH, Chang SO, Kim MB

OBJECTIVE: Cervical vestibular evoked myogenic potential (cVEMP) is thought to be assessing the function of the saccule and inferior vestibular nerve. Therefore, cVEMP indirectly reflects the function of the posterior...
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Bilaterally Abnormal Head Impulse Tests Indicate a Large Cerebellopontine Angle Tumor

Kim HJ, Park SH, Kim JS, Koo JW, Kim CY, Kim YH, Han JH

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Tumors involving the cerebellopontine angle (CPA) pose a diagnostic challenge due to their diverse manifestations. Head impulse tests (HITs) have been used to evaluate vestibular function, but...
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Influence of Diazepam on Video Head Impulse Test in Patients with Acute Vestibular Neuritis: Preliminary Study

Kim M, Hong KM

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although video head impulse test (V-HIT) has emerged as a popular test for vestibular function, there have been no reports about the influence of benzodiazepine on the...
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Changes of the Video Head Impulse Test Gains by the Directions of Head Rotation at Different Target Distances and Rotation Speeds

Song CI, Kim YE, Cha EH, Yoo MH, Lee JY, Park HJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The conventional instrument for video head impulse test (vHIT) records the movement of the right eye only. The aim of this study was to evaluate the changes...
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Abnormal Head Impulse Test in a Unilateral Cerebellar Lesion

Baek SH, Choi JY, Jung JM, Kwon DY, Park MH, Choi J, Kim JS

BACKGROUND: The findings of head impulse tests (HIT) are usually normal in cerebellar lesions. CASE REPORT: A 46-year-old male presented with progressive dizziness and imbalance of 3 weeks duration. The patient...
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Clinical Application of the Head Impulse Test in Vestibular Disorders

Lee SH

The head impulse test (HIT) is an established way to test the angular vestibulo-ocular reflex (aVOR) at the bedside. When the aVOR is normal, the eyes rotate opposite to the...
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Assessment of Vestibular Functional Recovery Using Video Head Impulse Test in Vestibular Neuritis

Kim JH, Lee TK, Lee SW, Choi N, Lee S, Sung KB

OBJECTIVE: The video head impulse test (vHIT) is useful for evaluation of high frequency vestibulo-ocular reflex. There are a few reports regarding the recovery of head impulse test in vestibular...
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