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Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
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Publications by

Dr.med. Ágnes Szirmai

31 publications on the archives

Combined therapy (vasoactive drug treatment and optokinetic training) for rehabilitation in different vestibular dysfunctions

Abstract Objectives: Rehabilitation of patients with balance disorders is a great challenge for physicians. The aim of our prospective study was to examine the results of combined vestibular rehabilitation treatment in different types of vestibular lesions (central dysfunction, unilateral and bilateral type of peripheral lesion). Methods The patients having chronic vertigo symptoms were treated with […]


Vertigo with instable standing tested by Romberg procedure and documented by Cranio-Corpo-Craphy (CCG)

Summary: Vertigo is one of the most frightening symptoms of the human’s life. Cranio-corpo-graphy was designed firstly as a non-electronic, simple office recording procedure for head and body movements. The regular cranio-corpo-graphy procedure combines a stepping test (Unterberger, Fukuda) with a standing test (Romberg). The main parameters for evaluating the standing test cranio-corpo-grams are the […]


Efficacy of evaluation in different cochleovestibular disorders

Abstract: The complete evaluation of cochleovestibular symptoms is a long process. The average cost associated with the full diagnostic evaluation is very high, while the diagnostic impact of these tests is extremely low. The diagnosis of the sensorineural hearing loss and vertigo is easy with the audiometrical and otoneurological examination, but in most cases the […]


Complex rehabilitation of patients with Ménière’s disease

Abstract: Ménière’s disease is a severe disorder of the inner ear. The disorder has several types: periodical type (40%), progressive type (27%), regressive type (20%) and a variable form (13%). The treatment of the acute attack is quite easy, it contains antiemetic, antihistamines and benzodiazepines. The interval therapy has no evidence based rules. The aims […]


Usefulness of optokinetic training in complex vestibular rehabilitation

Abstract The complex vestibular rehabilitation contains medical treatment and rehabilitation training program. Mostly the balance training means statokinetic exercises, though the training of the vestibulo-ocular pathways are as important as of the vestibulospinal pathways. The examination of the optokinetic eye movements is the important part of the vestibular examination. Mostly the routine test battery of […]


Electronystagmographic analysis of optokinetic and smooth pursuit eye movement disorders in vestibular lesions

The electronystagmographical analysis is very important in most of the vestibular disorders. The analysis of the caloric test is very useful in the differential diagnostic procedure of central and peripheral vestibular lesions. Authors analyzed the results of their 327 patients examined in the last 18 months. Methods: In the OKN test the target is moving […]


Vestibular disorders in childhood and adolescents

The aim of this study to analyze the data of 145 vertiginous patients aged up to 18 years, which were examined at the Otoneurological Department of the Semmelweis University during the last five years. For the analysis, group of children (aged up to 14 years) and group of adolescents (ages between 14-18 years,) were formed. […]


The assay of the patients in a period of five years at our otoneurological department

The authors aim to process the data of the patients in a period of the last five years at the Otoneurological Department. They have examined the distribution of the patients according to their age and gender. They have also inspected the most common diseases. The number of patients has been assessed in monthly distribution, too. […]


Vestibular disorders in old age vertigo

Good health is not only a privilege of young generation but also of elderly people. Nowadays 13% of the population has reached the age of 65, and one third of them have vertiginous attack at least once in their life. 45-70% of the elderly has one or more drop attacks yearly. In the Semmelweis University […]


Vestibular disorders in old age vertigo

Objectives: Good health is not only a privilege of young generation but also of elderly people. Nowadays 13% of the population has reached the age of 65, and one third of them have vertiginous attack at least once in their life. 45-70% of the elderly has one or more drop attacks yearly. Methods: In the […]


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