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Physiological basis for enduring vestibular symptoms
  1. R Rudge,
  2. BR Chambers
  1. Medical Research Council Neuro-Otology Unit, Institute of Neurology, London, UK

    Abstract

    Four examples of patients who sustained a vestibular insult and did not fully recover over a prolonged period are described. The reasons for this failure of compensation are discussed in relation to the experimental literature, particularly that concerning the importance of extra-vestibular inputs upon the vestibular system.

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