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... Adam: We're in danger of hijacking this thread... but I find this an interesting topic... (this isn't really in relation to DizzyRascal anymore, more a general thing) I agree with that, though directional propondance isn't, and horizontal nystagmus is most commonly attributed to vestibular dysfunction. If it's in the dark (ie without optic fixation) then I... (8 replies)
More on ENG tests
May 18, 2004
... The test they use to try to help determine a suspected Meniere's case is called the ECoG. It's flawed however. ... (1 replies)
... Saw my GP yesterday and I got a copy of the ENG test results. No idea what this stuff means. ... (10 replies)

... but it is also not completely accurate. In addition, a deficit could be caused by either inner ear problem or migraine. However, if one has a deficit and other abnormal ENG results and no other neurological issues that point to migraine, then it probably is inner ear. ... (5 replies)
Saw my eng results
Jan 10, 2008
... what are the other parts of the ENG the water part is the caloric part right? ... (6 replies)
... is abnormal using the 5th percentile criterion. ... (8 replies)
... peripheral dysfunction. I have a feeling that many people on this forum believe that a positive ENG localises the lesion to the peripheral vestibular system which unfortunately it doesn't. ... (8 replies)
... what were the results of the eng. ive been told its not how you feel during the test. if you don't get dizzy its doesn't mean anything just that you didn't get dizzy. ... (5 replies)
Abnormal ENG
Aug 2, 2005
... Today I saw an ENT and learned my ENG from a couple of weeks ago was abnormal. I was hoping someone might be able to give me more information or lead me to a good resource to learn more. ... (20 replies)
ENG results??
Jun 21, 2005
... months. I have my ENG test tommorrow and my doctor said that it probably won't show anything abnormal, but that I should go just in case. ... (5 replies)
... I am also not going to attempt to read your test! I got my results back and asked the same thing a while ago and no one responded. ... (6 replies)
... can any one tell me what that means, they told me the test were normal i came home and read that and now i am freaking!thanks all! ... (6 replies)
Bilateral Loss
Sep 8, 2012
... neurotologist recently and he still doesn't think that my vestibular test results are correct. He thinks that my clinical symptoms don't match the results so he is not willing to say that I have BVL. ... (29 replies)
Bilateral Loss
Aug 5, 2012
... five years ago which was resolved, last year I started having severe spinning vertigo episodes again. The audiologist diagnosed bilateral vestibular loss after abnormal calorics and abnormal rotational chair results. ... (29 replies)
... otologist ruled out MAV, based on the test results, my own and family history re headaches and migraine, we just aren't a headachey family and I go years without a headache. ... (26 replies)
... Thanks Adam for your input. you made a good point that I did not consider and I suppose the migraine could cause the inner ear damage which would result in the abnormal VOR linking it to vestibular as the cause. Your right, it's hard stuff to figure out. ... (13 replies)
... Hi everyone, I had a ENG and a ECOG test done today. The ENG was normal,but the ECOG showed an abnormal gait.The doc said there was no med,or surgury for this. He recomended therpy for balance dissorder.Does therpy really work for this kind of problem? ... (0 replies)
Question For Subs
Jun 27, 2005
... I do have my test results. ... (12 replies)
ENG results??
Jun 21, 2005
... When I had all my balance tests last Nov which included ENG I was given an explanation by the supervisor who performed all the tests that day. Then I followed up with the doctor. ... (5 replies)
... an abnormal ENG with ocular motor testin abnormal for saccades, OPK, pursuit with the pursuit showing saccadic eye movements from left to right. ... (13 replies)




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