LABYRINTHINE DEFECTS AS SHOWN BY ATAXIA AND CALORIC TESTS.
NAVAL AEROSPACE MEDICAL INST PENSACOLA FLA
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Groups of individuals with various loss or disturbance of labyrinthine function N49 and patients who had vertigo as a major symptom or complaint N76 were very different from a control group of normals N240 in the frequency with which their ataxia test battery performance scores and threshold caloric test responses fell within the lowest 5 per cent of the normative distributions. Generally, caloric test results could be predicted from ataxia test results better than results of ataxia tests from those of caloric tests in the various groups. In those individuals with total or near total loss of labyrinthine function all test findings were in perfect or near perfect agreement in relation to the 5th percentile cut-off criterion employed. Author
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