Tag Archives: vestibular neuritis

Asymmetric vestibular stimulation reveals persistent disruption of motion perception in unilateral vestibular lesions

A unilateral vestibular lesion (UVL), typically due to acute vestibular neuritis, induces vertigo, imbalance, asymmetry of the vestibule-ocular reflex (VOR) and problems with the perception of self motion. This study examined the question of whether the disruption

A sound understanding of inner ear balance organs

Sound is normally conducted to the inner ear where it excites receptors within the cochlea and produces the sensation of hearing. The inner ear consists of two main receptor types – the cochlea and the five vestibular