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The OculoMotor Test Battery | Alan Desmond, AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org

For those of you who have had a Videonystagmography (VNG) or Electronystagmography (ENG) exam, this is the part where you are asked sit still and visually follow a series of moving lights, either projected on the wall, or moving along an LED light bar in front of you.

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The OculoMotor Test Battery | Alan Desmond, AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org

For those of you who have had a Videonystagmography (VNG) or Electronystagmography (ENG) exam, this is the part where you are asked sit still and visually follow a series of moving lights, either projected on the wall, or moving along an LED light bar in front of you.

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Vestibular Reimbursement Part VI | Alan Desmond, AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org

I will provide descriptions of the components of the Videonystagmography evaluation.

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Caloric Vestibular Test | Alan Desmond, AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org/dizzinessdepot

The patient is reclined at 30 degrees to place the horizontal semi-circular canal perpendicular to gravity during this test. The caloric vestibular test is performed by irrigating the ear canal with either water or air for a period of 30 to 60 seconds and recording the eye movement response (nystagmus) for approximately two minutes following the irrigation.

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Oculomotor Tests | Alan Desmond, AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org

This week we wrap up our descriptions of the components of the Videonystagmogrpahy examination with the oculomotor tests.* Since the preparation and procedures are so similar, I will cover both optokinetic tracking and smooth pursuit (oscillating) tracking in the same blog, but will delete repetitive sections

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The Oculomotor Tests are Abnormal | Alan Desmond, AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org

Last week, we discussed that the patient’s mental state, fatigue, and a variety of medications can affect performance on oculomotor exams. Does this mean that we should dismiss abnormalities as irrelevant?

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Optokinetic Tracking - Again - Really? | Alan Desmond AuD | Hearinghealthmatters.org

Many people argue that you are really just testing saccades and pursuit with a light bar. I don’t disagree, but I look at it rather from the perspective of screening versus diagnostic. I would prefer a screening to be highly sensitive and less specific. I would never make a diagnosis of central vestibular dysfunction simply based on an abnormal optokinetic test anyway, whether light bar or full field stimulation.

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Vestibular Brain Droppings – Part III – Alan Desmond

It’s time again for some disorganized thoughts that surface periodically. Hopefully, one of them will be helpful. In Which Ear Do You Have Meniere’s?

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