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1 3-Component_H.I.N.T.S._battery3-Component H.I.N.T.S. batteryDescribes the 3-Component H.I.N.T.S. (Head Impulse, Nystagmus, Test of Skew) battery. A wide-angle view of the tests is followed by a close-up view. Please note that in the wide-angle view, the order of the tests is as would be typically conducted in practice (searching first for spontaneous nystagm...Horizontal Head Impulse Test, Nystagmus, Test of Skew; Neurological Examination
2 NewmanToker_NewApproachToDizzyPatient_May2010_NOVELA New Approach to the Dizzy PatientBest evidence suggests that a shift in emphasis in clinical assessment away from dizziness type and towards dizziness timing and triggers will probably yield more accurate and reliable diagnostic results, particularly for patients presenting with new, acute dizziness symptoms. This paper describes t...Dizziness; Neurological Examination
3 NewmanToker_AcuteVestibularSyndrome_May2010_NOVELAcute Vestibular Syndrome SyllabusThis syllabus provides an overview of acute vestibular syndrome, a clinical condition condition characterized by dizziness of vertigo that develops acutely (over seconds, minutes or hours); may be accompanied by nausea/vomiting, gait instability, nystagmus, or head-motion intolerance . It describes ...Acute Vestibular Syndrome; Horizontal Head Impulse Test, Nystagmus, Test of Skew; Penlight-Cover Test; Neurological Examination
4 Dix-Hallpike_testDix-Hallpike test for the left posterior semicircular canalShows the diagnostic Dix-Hallpike maneuver for the left posterior semicircular canalDix-Hallpike Maneuver; Neurological Examination; Posterior Semicircular Canals
5 NewmanToker_EpisodicVestibularSyndrome_May2010_NOVELEpisodic Vestibular Syndrome SyllabusThis syllabus provides an overview of Episodic Vestibular Syndrome (EVS), a clinical condition characterized by recurrent dizziness of vertigo that develops acutely (over seconds, minutes or hours); may be accompanied by nausea/vomiting, gait instability, nystagmus, or head-motion intoleranceEpisodic Vestibular Syndrome (EVS); Transient Spontaneous Dizziness; Neurological Examination
6 NewmanToker_NeurovestibularExamination_May2010_NOVELNeuro-Vestibular Examination SyllabusThis syllabus provides an overview of the neuro-vestibular examination, including descriptions of the Head Impulse Test, VOR Cancellation Test, Dix-Hallpike Test and the Modified Epley Maneuver.Neuro-Vestibular Examination; Head Impulse Test; VOR Cancellation Test; Dix-Hallpike Test; Modified Epley Maneuver; Neurological Examination; Ocular Motility
7 Penlight-cover_TestPenlight-cover TestIllustrates the penlight-cover test used to compare spontaneous nystagmus with and without fixationSpontaneous Ocular Nystagmus; Penlight-Cover Test; Neurological Examination
8 200-3Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex (VOR) CancellationShows the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) cancellation test. Inlcudes a close-up view.Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex (VOR); Neurological Examination
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