LATENT VESTIBULAR ATAXIA Isamu Watanabe 1 pp.315-319
Published Date 1965/4/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492203413
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The "Latent Vestibular Ataxia (LVA)" was defined as a condition of an existence of abnormal vestibular, reaction without any complaint of dizziness or ataxia The authors classified the LVA into several categories and described some examples of these cases as follows: A case of emesis with unilateral perceptive deafness, a series of air sickness cases and a case of migraine with deformities of the cervical vertebrae. From these obser-vations the clinical significance of the LVA was discussed.

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