Neurotology in whiplash injuries: Vestibulo-ocular reflexes and visuo-vestibular interaction

L. M. Odkvist, A. Cesarani, F. Di Berardino

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Abstract

Apart from the most serious neurological disturbances, otoneurological clinical features are very important elements in cervical whiplash. Approximately 10 % of patients [1] who have suffered with whiplash injury will develop otological symptoms such as tinnitus, hearing loss, dizziness and vertigo. Some of these are purely subjective symptoms; nevertheless, for the majority there are specific tests that can be undertaken. According to Claussen and Claussen [2], about 15-20 % of subjects involved in a traffic accident develop the so-called late whiplash injury syndrome in which the individual patterns of functional lesions may be documented through appropriated neuro-otological tests.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWhiplash Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition
PublisherSpringer-Verlag Milan
Pages213-222
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9788847054868, 9788847054851
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2014

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Neurotology
Whiplash Injuries
Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex
Tinnitus
Traffic Accidents
Vertigo
Dizziness
Hearing Loss

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Odkvist, L. M., Cesarani, A., & Di Berardino, F. (2014). Neurotology in whiplash injuries: Vestibulo-ocular reflexes and visuo-vestibular interaction. In Whiplash Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition (pp. 213-222). Springer-Verlag Milan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-5486-8_20

Neurotology in whiplash injuries : Vestibulo-ocular reflexes and visuo-vestibular interaction. / Odkvist, L. M.; Cesarani, A.; Di Berardino, F.

Whiplash Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition. Springer-Verlag Milan, 2014. p. 213-222.

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Odkvist, LM, Cesarani, A & Di Berardino, F 2014, Neurotology in whiplash injuries: Vestibulo-ocular reflexes and visuo-vestibular interaction. in Whiplash Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition. Springer-Verlag Milan, pp. 213-222. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-5486-8_20
Odkvist LM, Cesarani A, Di Berardino F. Neurotology in whiplash injuries: Vestibulo-ocular reflexes and visuo-vestibular interaction. In Whiplash Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition. Springer-Verlag Milan. 2014. p. 213-222 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-5486-8_20
Odkvist, L. M. ; Cesarani, A. ; Di Berardino, F. / Neurotology in whiplash injuries : Vestibulo-ocular reflexes and visuo-vestibular interaction. Whiplash Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment, Second Edition. Springer-Verlag Milan, 2014. pp. 213-222
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