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Bilateral Multiple Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Combined with Vestibular Neuritis

Choi SJ, Shin YL, Kim YT, Han NS, Choung YH

  • KMID: 1603835
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):81-85.
Although classical benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) has generally been resolvable by routine manual repositioning maneuvers, nevertheless resistant cases and variant remain a significant problem. Recently, we experienced a case...
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A Case of Isolated Unilateral Abducens Nerve Palsy Caused by Clival Metastasis from Rectal Cancer

Chung WH, Park JH, Park SA, Sung KB

  • KMID: 1603834
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):78-80.
A wide variety of abnormalities, both primary to the nerve itself and secondarily involving the nerve, can cause isolated abducens nerve palsy. Skull base lesions are also regarded as possible...
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A Case of Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome with Serial MRI Findings

Park JH, Chung WH, Kim DH, Sung KB

  • KMID: 1603832
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):74-77.
To diagnosis Tolosa-Hunt syndrome (TSH) used to be difficult because some other diseases like tumors, sarcoids, vasculitises or other inflammatory masses simulate the clinical manifestations, including steroid responsiveness and radiologic...
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Isolated Abducens Nerve Palsy Caused by De Novo Pontine Cavernous Angioma

Park JH, Chung WH, Park SA, Sung KB

  • KMID: 1603831
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):70-73.
Cavernous angiomas are considered to be congenital in origin. Patients under age of 14 years usually does not require imaging because they are likely to have a benign abducens nerve...
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Horizontal Canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo in Caloric Dead Labyrinth

Song JJ, Ahn YH, Kim JS, Koo JW

  • KMID: 1603830
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):63-69.
The presence of functioning semicircular canal is regarded as a prerequisite for the development of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) since BPPV is irritative vestibulopathy. However, authors experienced a case...
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The New Method to Determine the Causing Site of Horizontal Canal Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: "Bowing and Leaning Nystagmus"

Shin YR, Khang H, Park JS, Choi SJ, Park K, Choung YH

  • KMID: 1603829
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):55-60.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: One of problems for the management of horizontal semicircular canal benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (HSC-BPPV) is the difficulty of determining the affected ear using Ewald's second law....
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Otolith Function Tests in Patient with Vestibular Neuritis

Park HJ, Shin JE, Shim DB, Shin HA, Lim SK, Ahn JY, Jung YS, Yu JS

  • KMID: 1603828
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):49-54.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) test provides a useful method for assessment of saccule function and the functional integrity of the inferior vestibular nerve, and subjective visual...
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Sleep and Vestibular Neuritis

Kim HA, Lee H

  • KMID: 1603826
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):44-48.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: While it is known that sleep have influence on emergence of rapid eye movements (REMs), namely saccades including fast component of nystagmus, whether spontaneous nystagmus due to...
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Perverted Head Shaking Nystagmus due to Cerebellar Lesions: Possible Mechanisms

Oh SY, Choi KD, Kim JM, Kim J, Park SH, Kim JS

  • KMID: 1603824
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):35-43.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Perverted head-shaking nystagmus (HSN) refers to nystagmus that develops in the plane other than that being stimulated by head oscillation, i.e., downbeat or upbeat HSN after head...
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A Promotive Effect of Low Level Laser on Hair Cell Viability in Postnatal Organotypic Culture of Rat Utricles

Chung YW, Ahn JC, Lim ES, Kim YS, Lee MY, Jung JY, Rhee CK

  • KMID: 1603823
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):29-34.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To culture and maintain mammalian hair cells is still a big challenge. In this study, long-term organotypic culture of rat utricular maculae was established to study vestibular...
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Morphologic Change of the Vestibular Organ in the Na+-K+-2Cl- Cotransporter Deficiency Mouse

Lee JH, Choi JY, Jung SH, Lee WS

  • KMID: 1603821
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):21-28.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporter-1 (NKCC1) is a member of the cation-coupled chloride transporter that participates in salt transport and cell volume regulation in diverse tissues. NKCC1 deficient mice...
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Change of Otoacoustic Emissions in Early Stage of Meniere's Disease

Ahn JH, Goh EK, Oh SJ, Kong SK, Lee IW, Chon KM

  • KMID: 1603820
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):15-20.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To determine the clinical application of otoacoustic emissions (OAE) in screening of cochlear function, author studied changes of OAE in Meniere's disease patients. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The...
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Possibility of Epithelial Sodium Channelopathy as a Pathogenesis of Meniere's Disease

Park SN, Lee BH, Park KH, Hong MH, Lee HY, Chang KH, Yeo SW

  • KMID: 1603819
  • J Korean Bal Soc.
  • 2006 Jun;5(1):9-14.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Meniere's disease is a paroxysmal disorder with vertigo and hearing loss. Its episodic nature of vertigo attacks and responsiveness to diuretics is similar to several neurologic disorders...
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