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Dr. med. Julia M. Bergmann,
Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Neurootological evaluation comparative values findings mexico-germany-argentina

Abstract

Aim: comparative study in vestibular function in patients with vertigo using craneocorpography, computerized electronystagmograhy and ultrasonography doppler of head and neck at Mexico City, Germany and Argentina.

Materials and Methods: one thousand three hundred fourty three patients in Mexico,City with vertigo using craneocorporgraphy and computerized electronystagmography and ultrasonography doppler of head and neck.
Results: 45,07% was masculine and 49,10% femenine.The average year was 47 years.In the craneocorpography the lateral deviation and lateral angulation to the right and the left, were significantly correlated with the laterality of the lesion in cases of peripheral and central site of lesion.
In the computerized electronystagmograhy there was significant associations between vertigo and slow phase nystagmus velocity, and the time elapsed and the slow phase nystagmus velocity.To the ultrasonography of head and neck we founded 47.6% alteration in the supratroclear artery, 32.4% in the vertebral artery and 20% in the carotides arteries in Mexico.We were comparation with results from Neurooftalmologia Otologica,Argentina and Nodec IV from Germany

Conclusion: the data from craneocorpogrphy are significantly correlated with the data from computerized electronystagmography and the ultrasonography doppler of head and neck in patients with vertigo in Argentina and Germany.
Thus, craneocorpography, computerized electronystagmography and ultrasonography doppler of head and neck seems to be diagnostic tool for the study of these patients.

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