CVA: otolith & saccade syndromes

kcajuk69 at yahoo.com kcajuk69 at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 19 22:18:54 EST 2003

>"Valar" <remove at spam.com> wrote in message news:<bcsaen$cvm$1 at tomahawk.unsw.edu.au>...
> Can anybody explain the neurophysiological mechanisms behind the signs & Sx
> observed in otolith & saccade syndromes? is it due to over-activity of the
> unopposed contralateral vestibular nucleus/vestibulocerebellum or?
> particularly,
> otolith:
> ipsilateral skew deviation
> ipsilateral head-tilt
> ipsilateral pulsion of body
> saccade:
> ipsilateral lateropulsion
> vertical saccades deviate to ipsilateral.

Actually my pronosis is the fibrilator of the 
reonandril with a possibly duldrum of the nomenerater
with a slight variance of the jobulacter.
Really I don't know, but I did stay at the Holiday
Inn last night.

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