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o Issue N# 1 - 2015 o

OTONEUROLOGY

Vestibular disorders in Bellís palsy: A prospective study


Authors : Alcantara de Oliveira Santos M, Ferreira Vianna M, Kazuko Nishino L, Lazarini PR. (São Paulo)

Ref. : Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol. 2015;136,1:29-31.

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Summary : Objectives: To ascertain the prevalence of vestibular ab­nor­malities in individuals with Bellís palsy (BP) compared with a normal population and to correlate these findings with clini­cal evolu­tion. Method: A prospective study involving 120 indi­vi­duals submitted to computerized vector-electro­nystag­mo­graphy (VENG) was conducted. The sample included 60 BP patients and 60 control subjects, matched for gender and age. Results: Twenty-five percent of the Bellís palsy patients had results consistent with deficient peripheral vestibular syndrome. All exams were normal in the control group (p< 0.001). No rela­tion­ship between vestibular abnormalities and degree of palsy impro­ve­ment was observed. Conclusion: Patients with Bellís palsy exhibited 25% vestibular abnor­ma­lities on vector-electro­­nystag­mo­graphy exams. Vestibular abnorma­li­ties were more frequent in patients with BP compared to normal control individuals. No relationship between vestibu­lar abnor­ma­lities and degree of palsy improve­ment was observed.

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