The physics of labyrinthine motion stimulus.
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May 01, 1990
This article attempts to demonstrate that by means of a single vertical axis rotary chair, motion stimuli can be selectively presented to any one pair of sensors in the labyrinths of the vestibular peripheral end organs, to the exclusion of the others by means of appropriate motion profiles and coupling of the sensors and the stimuli. To be clinically useful, it remains for the appropriate ocular response to be established for each of the conditions described.
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