Skip Navigation
Skip to contents
Results by Year

View Wide

Filter

ARTICLE TYPE

more+
SELECT FILTER
 
Close

PUBLICATION DATE

330 results
Display

The History of Research in Vestibular Organ and Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

Park KH

Since B.C., vertigo had been described as a condition closely related to migraines or epilepsy. This perception remained during the 14th-16th century and vertigo was considered to be a symptom...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Clinical Characteristics of Patients with Persistent Apogeotropic and Persistent Geotropic Direction-Changing Positional Nystagmus

Si L, Shen B, Li Y, Ling X, Li K, Yang X

Background and Purpose This study aimed to determine the clinical features, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with persistent geotropic (pG) and persistent apogeotropic (pAG) direction-changing positional nystagmus (DCPN). Methods This retrospective...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Acute Bilateral Vestibulopathy with Concomitant Progressive Deterioration of Binaural Hearing

Overgaard ED, Hougaard DD

Bilateral vestibulopathy is a condition with vestibular hypofunction of both inner ears. Patients with this diagnosis will often complain of dizziness and/or imbalance in darkness and when walking in uneven...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Relationship between Chronological Orders of Symptoms and Vestibular Abnormality in Patients with Vestibular Migraine

YI SE, Park JW, Kwak JW, Choi Y, Lee SH, Ha SC, Park HJ

Objectives: Pathophysiology of vestibular migraine (VM) is still controversial. Vertigo may act as a trigger for migraine or there might other mechanisms which cause migraine and dizziness. VM patients have...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Clinical Characteristics of Recurrent Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Kim JM, Cho BH, Lee JK, Kim MK, Lee SH

Objectives: Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a potentially recurrent disease even after successful canalith repositioning maneuvers. However, the exact recurrence rate or any clinical factors affecting the recurrence of...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Sequential Vestibular Neuritis: Report of Four Cases and Literature Review

Comacchio F, Mion M, Armato E, Castellucci A

Background and Objectives: Bilateral sequential vestibular neuritis (BSVN) is a rare condition in which an inflammation or an ischemic damage of the vestibular nerve occurs bilaterally in a sequential pattern....
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Can Narrow Band Chirp Stimulus Shake the Throne of 500 Hz Tone Burst Stimulus for Cervical Vestibular Myogenic Potentials?

Ocal FCA, Karacayli C, Coban VK, Satar B

Background and Objectives: The aim of the study was to compare effects of tone-burst (TB) and narrow-band (NB) Claus Elberling (CE)-chirp stimuli on amplitude, latency and interaural asymmetry ratio (IAR)...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Nystagmus in Intracranial Vertebral Artery Dissection Caused by Golf Swing

Choi JW, Moon Y, Shin JE, Kim CH

Vertebral artery dissection (VAD) during a golf swing is extremely rare. Golfrelated VAD has been reported to occur more commonly at extracranial segments on the right side. In the present...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Impact of Vestibular Function on Health-Related Quality of Life: A Cross-Sectional Study Based on Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Kim HJ, Lee SB, Suh MJ

Objectives: This study was performed to investigate whether vestibular dysfunction affects health-related quality of life in Korean adults. Methods: This retrospective cross-sectional study was performed with data from the 2010 to...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Differential Diagnosis of the Acute Vestibular Syndrome

Kim SH

Acute vestibular syndrome refers to the rapid onset of vertigo, nausea, vomiting, and unsteady gait. Acute unilateral vestibular neuritis is the most common cause of acute vestibular syndrome. However, vascular...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Vascular Origin of Central Vertigo: Brainstem

Lee SU

Various neurotologic findings can be observed in stroke involving the brainstem. Analyses of the neurotologic findings are important in brainstem stroke since it can have negative diffusion-weighted image, as well...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Two Cases of Recurred Vertigo Following Perilymphatic Oval Window Fistula Repair

Kim HJ, Chung WH

The traumatic perilymphatic fistula (PLF) can cause hearing loss and disabling dizziness. These symptoms can be recovered spontaneously or by surgical repair. However, even after surgical PLF repair, patients may suffer...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Changes in Vestibular Symptoms and Function After Cochlear Implantation: Relevant Factors and Correlations With Residual Hearing

Jang JH, Kim H, Choo OS, Park HY, Choung YH

Objectives. The aim of this study was to evaluate vestibular function loss after cochlear implantation (CI) and the relationship between vestibular function and hearing changes. Methods. Seventy-five patients with CI were...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Spontaneous Direction-Changing or Reversing Positional Nystagmus without Changing Head Position during Head-Roll/Head-Hanging Maneuvers: Biphasic Positional Nystagmus

Yetiser S

Background and Objectives: Conflicting mechanisms have been reported about spontaneous reversal of positional nystagmus during head-roll maneuver in patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). The objective of this study...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Risk of injury after emergency department visit for acute peripheral vertigo: a matched-cohort study

Kim H, Lee S, Kim J

Objective Peripheral vertigo is one of the most common causes of the emergency department (ED) visits. It can impair balance and might predispose patients to injuries after discharge. The purpose...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Acute Peripheral Vestibular Syndrome in Relapsing Polychondritis

Noh H, Lee DH, Shin JE, Kim CH

Relapsing polychondritis is a rare multisystemic autoimmune disorder of unknown etiology and characterized by recurrent episodes of inflammation affecting the cartilaginous tissues. Otologic manifestation such as auricular chondritis is one...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
The Periodic Fluctuation of Intra-Annual Distribution of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and Meteorological Parameters

Yim CD, Cho KJ, Lee HJ, Hur DG, Kim RB, Ahn SK

Objectives: The influence of specific meteorological conditions, such as solar radiation quantity, duration of sunshine, and their covariation on the incidence of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) has been rarely...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Intravenous Zoledronic Acid in Elderly Patients with Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo and Osteoporosis

Kwack DW, Lee H, Kim DW

Objectives: Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), a common cause of vertigo in the elderly, shares common pathogenic mechanisms with osteoporosis. We investigated the efficacy and safety of intravenous zoledronic acid...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Positional Audiometry in Patients with Light Cupula: A Preliminary Study

Lee J, Lee DH, Shin JE, Kim CH

Objectives: Light cupula is characterized by persistent geotropic direction-changing positional nystagmus in a supine head-roll test. The purpose of this study is to investigate if hearing level is influenced by...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close
Effect of Korean Red Ginseng on Early Vestibular Function Restoration after Unilateral Labyrinthectomy

Lee J, Kim MJ, Han GC

Objectives: Vertigo is a common condition. Definitive treatment is to induce vestibular compensation. Currently, no medications have been discovered that enhance vestibular functional restoration. The current study was conducted to...
CITED
export Copy
Close
SHARE
Twitter Facebook
Close

Go to Top

Copyright © 2021 by Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors. All rights reserved.     E-mail: koreamed@kamje.or.kr