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Research Article Open Access
Benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo is easily diagnosed with the Dix-Hallpike maneuver. It is an ideal clinical condition in which to study the electrical response of the inner ear with electrocochleography techniques. Responses can be recorded during head tilt in roll and in pitch. With this technique we found that the amplitude range and scaling behavior of recorded raw data for the baseline resting position versus the stimulus position was statistically different in both patients and normal subjects. This can be demonstrated in the visual format of box plots. This technique promises to become a valuable addition to electrical examination techniques of the inner ear.
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Author(s): Burkhard FranzCameron Jonesand Walter Chetcuti
benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo, box-plot analysis, electrocochleography, electrootolithography, otolithic organ