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Tumarkin Otolithic Crisis Controlled by Endolymphatic Sac Surgery

Hong SM, Park IS, Ban JH

Turmarkin otolithic crisis is a rare feature of Meniere's disease. It shows sudden falling to the ground with no warning sign. It is an otologic emergency because of the risk...
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Two Cases of Barotraumatic Perilymph Fistula Mimicking Atypical Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo with Sudden Hearing Loss

Lee JJ, Ryu G, Moon IJ, Chung WH

Barotraumatic perilymph fistula is difficult to diagnose and needs diagnosis of suspicion. Symptoms like hearing loss, tinnitus, ear fullness and positional dizziness can develop following barotrauma such as valsalva, nose...
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Vestibular Dysfunction in Acute Cerebellar Ataxia

Lee CM

Acute cerebellar ataxia is described as a clinical syndrome of acute onset of cerebellar dysfunction with a good long-term prognosis. The pathogenesis of acute cerebellar ataxia remains unclear. A 55-year-old...
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Otolith Function Tests in Patients with Orthostatic Dizziness

Ahn SH, Jeon EJ, Park YS, Kim DH, Nam IC

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Orthostatic dizziness (OD) is defined as when dizziness is provoked by standing up from a supine or sitting position. It is usually considered as being associated with...
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The Principle and Methodology of Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential

Lee MY, Suh MW

Vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) has developed as a broadly applied vestibular function test in clinics from its introduction in 1992. In the past, there was only one well known...
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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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