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The vestibular system in people suffering the so called toxic syndrome


, : The vestibular system in people suffering the so called toxic syndrome. Anales Otorrinolaringologicos Ibero-Americanos 12(4): 351-352

Vestibulo-ocular behavior in 51 patients of toxic syndrome was tested by the Kallpicke method. The number of eye oscillations, the cumulative amplitude, the speed of the two phases slow and quick and the mean amplitude were analyzed. The results of the research are compared with those drawn from a group of 30 normal individuals tested similarly. Conclusions show that the number of nystagmic movements is significantly minor, in the later group, while the other parameters remain normal. Afterwards both groups are analyzed discriminatively for an equation to distinguish individuals of each sample.


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