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1). 2). All these manoeuvres are effective (Hilton and Pinder 2002; Radke et al. 2004) and can be explained by the mechanism of canalolithiasis (Brandt et al. 1994). , the obliteration of the canal, be considered (Parnes and McClure 1991). 3) are successful in almost all patients (Herdman et al. 1993). 1 as the therapy of ﬁrst choice. The three positioning steps are performed quickly with the aid of a therapist as the patient lies on the examination couch and then by the patient himself at home.
The positioning nystagmus beating toward the affected (uppermost) ear in positions 3a and 3b indicates effective therapy. (4) The patient is moved into the sitting position. (From Brandt et al. 3. Schematic drawing of a positioning manoeuvre of a patient with benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo (after Brandt and Daroff 1980). Above are shown the initial sitting position and the side positioning with somewhat oblique head position; each position should be held for 20–30 seconds for physical therapy.
A disorder of visual ﬁxation suppression of the VOR (which as a rule occurs with smooth pursuit abnormalities, as these two functions are mediated by common neural pathways) is often observed in lesions of the cerebellum (ﬂocculus or paraﬂocculus) or of the cerebellar pathways and in progressive supranuclear palsy. Anticonvulsants and sedatives can also impair visual ﬁxation suppression of the VOR. 16. The so-called Dix–Hallpike manoeuvre is performed especially to determine whether benign paroxysmal positioning vertigo (BPPV) is present.
An Introduction to Medical Radiesthesia & Radionics by Vernon D. Wethered