Published Date 1963/4/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492203030

Twenty nine cases of vestibular syphilis that had been comparatively well investigated and collected during the recent two year pe-riod are reported from the Vestibular Clinic of the Otolaryngological Department of To-kyo University. Viewed from the point of vestibular function these cases were divided into 3 groups according to the character of the audiogram which each individual prese-nted. Tough all cases were affected with vestibular syphilis yet, difference was noted in the character of vertigo in each case ma-nifested by their response to thermal and rotatory stimulations. The question of dis-agreement in the results of the thermal and rotatory stimulations is discussed.

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