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Research in Vestibular Science 2010;9(0): 128-132.
비혈관성 중추성 현훈
, 김병건
을지의과대학교 을지병원 신경과
Central Vertigo in Non-vascular Disease
Sang Ho Hwang, Keun Su Kim
1Surgeon General Office, Republic of Korea Air Force, Gyeryong, Korea. flightsurgeon@hanmail.net
2Air Force Academy, Republic of Korea Air Force, Cheongwon, Korea.
ABSTRACT
Vertigo, defined as an illusion f the movement, always indicates an imbalance within the vestibular system. The same sensation can result from lesions in such diverse locations as the inner ear, the visual-vestibular interaction centers in the brainstem and cerebellum, or the subjective sensation pathways of the thalamus or cortex. While vascular disorders are most common causes of central vertigo, a wide variety of diseases can be causes of non-vascular central vertigo including tumor, multiple sclerosis, cerebellar ataxia syndromes, epilepsy, and migraine. The clinical manifestation and differential diagnosis of cerebellar ataxia, vestibular epilepsy and vestibular migraine will be discussed in detail.
Keywords: Vestibular habituation; Vestibule-ocular reflex; Motion sickness; Vestibular training
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