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VERTIGO WITHOUT HEARING DISTURBANCES Hatsuo Ino 1 pp.807-816
Published Date 1965/9/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492203477
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 One hundred and five cases of vertigo without any hearing disturbances were selected from 1050 cases complaining of vertigo. These cases were observed and studied by eliciting among them nystagmus by various means such as, spontaneous, head-position, rotation, caloric and optic. These cases were found predominantly in young persons. No definite focal point was found. Nor was there any sign pointing to the central origin. From these findings it was believed that the causative factor of this trouble might be peripheral disturbance of vestibular nuclei including the peripheral vestibular organ.


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