neurology
Brain

Nystagmus-recording goggles could be early diagnostic tool for vertigo


Special goggles that allow patients to self-record ictal nystagmus may provide early and accurate diagnosis of vertigo, an Australian proof-of-concept study has found. Sydney University researchers investigated the ability of video-oculography goggles in 117 people who had been previously diagnosed with Meniere’s disease (43 patients), vestibular migraine (67 patients) or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (seven ...

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