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CONTRIBUTION OF THE VESTIBULAR EVOKED MYOGENIC POTENTIALS IN DIAGNOSIS OF VESTIBULAR NEURONITIS – CASE REPORT

Wednesday, 28 September, 2011 - 12:00
Board 1

In the most cases of vestibular neuritis the superior part of the nerve is affected and the diagnosis can readily be confirmed by the head-impulse test and caloric test. In rare occasions the inflammation of the nerve can be restricted to the inferior part of the nerve. Here I present a patient with a history of vestibular neuritis but normal caloric and head impulse test and normal neurological exam and MRI.
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