Author(s): Colebatch JG, Rothwell JC, Bronstein A, Ludman H
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Abstract Click-evoked vestibulocollic reflexes were studied in a patient with a unilateral Tullio phenomenon (sound induced vestibular symptoms) and the findings were compared with those of a group of normal subjects. Compared with normal subjects, the reflexes elicited from her symptomatic side were large and had an abnormally low threshold, but retained a normal waveform. The click-evoked responses in this patient show changes consistent with her symptomatology and are indicative of a pathological increase in the normal vestibular sensitivity to sound.
This article was published in J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry
and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy