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vertical nystagmus always indicated a lesion in central or periphery?
central
equilibrium is maintained by what 2 regions of the brain?
brainstem*
cerebellum*
T or F
pts may desc dyseq as LIGHT-HEADED (frm stand rapidly), LOSS OF BALANCE, VERTIGO (SPIN SENSATION)
t*
equilibrium depends on what sensual inputs?
VESTIBULAR, VISUAL, PROPRIOCEPTIVE*
what are the 2 most common cz of dyseq
benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
meniere's dz