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Understanding vestibular information processing in velocity-storage circuit and application to interpreting clinical manifestation of vestibular disorders
Jeong-Yoon Choi
분당서울대병원, 성남, Korea
Correspondence  Jeong-Yoon Choi ,Tel: 010-4643-8092, Fax: --, Email: a-yeong@hanmail.net
Received: August 28, 2021;  Accepted: September 2, 2021.  Published online: September 2, 2021.
ABSTRACT
The velocity storage circuit comprised of bilateral vestibular nucleus complexes, commissural fiber, and nodulus and uvula functions in refining the raw vestibular signal to estimate rotational velocity, gravity direction, and inertia. In this review, we pursued the functional significance of this velocity-storage circuit and how this physiologic knowledge could help us understand the clinical symptoms and signs of patients with vestibular disorders.
Keywords: Velocity-Storage; Vestibular disorders; Dizziness; Vertigo
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