Vestibular evoked myogenic potential produced by bone conducted stimuli a study on its basics and clinical applications in patients with conductive and sensorineural hearing loss and a group with vestibular schawannoma. Vestibular evoked myogenic potential its basics and clinical applications 9784431859079 this test has some unique attributes first it uses sound stimulation even though it is a test of the vestibular system this appears to be a contradiction n rophysiologically as a result in its early stages there were controversies conce ing . The vestibular labyrinth consists of ve compartments the lateral anterior and posterior semicircular canals the utricule and the saccule at the beginning of the twentieth century robert brny proposed the caloric test as a clinical test of the lateral semicircular canal this test enabled clinicians to assess the individual lateral semicircular canal function easily by using the . As vestibular evoked myogenic potential vemp testing has been regarded as a clinical test of the saccule and its afferents it has been mainly applied to diseases of the peripheral vestibular system. 1 introduction vemps vestibular evoked myogenic potentials are electromyographic responses derived from the vestibular labyrinth evoked by sound vibration or electrical stimulation vemp is a clinical test of the otolith organs sensors of linear acceleration and related reflex pathways
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