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Prof. Dr. Claus F. Claussen, Neurootological Research Institute of the Research Society for Smell, Taste, Hearing and Equilibrium Disorders at Bad Kissingen (4-G-F). Bad Kissingen, Germany.
Dr. med. Julia M. Bergmann,
Dr. med. Guillermo O. Bertora,
Otoneuroophthalmological Neurophysiology,
Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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

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Publications by

Prof. Dr. Antonio Cesarani

43 publications on the archives

Posturographic paradox effect: an index of cerebellar functional involvement

Air pollution and paroxismal positional vertigo

3d digital craniocorpography: whiplash injury

The goal of this work is to study the vestibular system of whiplash people using a 3D dCCG system. A new experimental set-up, based on optoelettronic technique, was developed to evaluate the 3D pattern of movement of head and trunk in different experimental set-ups. The exam protocol is very close to the classical one with […]

Flavour disorders in the elderly: a new frontier of neuro-otology

3d digital craniocorpography: normalcy data

CranioCorpoGraphy (CCG) is one of the most common test to evaluate equilibrium and coordination, studying the pattern of movement of markers placed on the head and trunk. The aim of this work is the assess the coordination of healthy people in different experimental set-ups through a 3D dCCG system. So an optoelectronic system in a […]

Paroxysmal positional vertigo and rehabilitation

Paroxysmal positional vertigo is one of the most frequent vestibular affections. Despite the success of the rehabilitative therapy PPV is often recurrent suggesting that we are not really able to interact with the etiology and even with all the possible pathogenetic mechanisms. In this work we present an interpretative model according to the cybernetic theory […]

The mcs (mechanic, cybernetics and synergetics) method in vestibular rehabilitation

Vertigo and dizziness are conscious symptoms and the disturbances are not disequilibrium or nystagmus but the consciousness of disequilibrium and nystagmus. Thus physical rehabilitation must not only be pointed to resolution of objective disorder but it must be aimed to resolution of subjective consciousness of the disorder itself. MCS is the achronimus of mechanic , […]

Vestibular rehabilitation in whiplash injuries

Whiplash injury can be defined as a non-contact rapid acceleration-deceleration head-neck trauma during which the kinematics of the cervical spine are completely disrupted. Because of the impact a sudden violent head retro-flexion is followed by an as much as violent head antero-flexion. The therapy influenced Tonic muscles by increasing labyrinthine percentage and induced a reduction […]

Sound influence on vestibulo-spinal control

It has been known for a long time that the application of intense acoustic stimuli to the ear can induce reflex muscle responses. The classic physiology describes reflex responses of neck muscles aimed at turning the head towards the source of acoustic stimuli. It is well known Tullio phenomenon (1929) which is a rare but […]

Vestibular rehabilitation: a bridge form ii to iii millennium:from cawthorne-cooksey protocol to virtual reality

Vertigo and dizziness are very common symptoms, nevertheless specific drugs are very few, therefore vestibular rehabilitation is the main therapy for persistent unbalance and dizziness. In this work we present a short history of the vestibular rehabilitation and its principles from Cawthorne-Cooksey protocol to the Mechanic, Cybernetic and Synergetic (MCS) model. Besides we speak about […]



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