wersja polska  
Mediton - Publishing House
Start page  Journals  Books  Conferences  News  Mediton  Contact   
   Journals
print this
   Otorhinolaryngology - archive  

Allergy Asthma Immunology
Otorhinolaryngology
     Archive
     Editorial staff
     Editorial board
     For authors
     Subscription
Allergology Review



 Search in articles:
  Patronage of the Polish Society of Audiology and Phoniatrics




vol 10. no 3. September 2011  
 TABLE OF CONTENT

 Review articles
The role of computerized dynamic posturography in the diagnosis of balance disorders
Piotr Olejarz, Grażyna Olchowik

Vertical posture stabilization can be obtained by reducing dislocations
of the centre of gravity in such a way that its vertical
projection does not move beyond the borders of the base of
support. The maintenance of the upright posture in humans
requires an analysis of signals from three sensory systems:
visual, proprioceptive and vestibular. Reflexes are the basis
of the physical activity necessary to maintain a stable upright
body posture.
Computerized dynamic posturography evaluates postural responses
based on stretch and vestibulo-spinal reflexes. Postural
responses are analyzed under sensory conflict conditions,
using moving support surface and variable visual environment
conditions.
The paper discusses the use of computerized dynamic posturography
in the diagnosis of balance disorders and presents
the most frequent tests performed on the EquiTest system
developed by NeuroCom International, Inc.

keywords: posturografia, zaburzenia równowagi, posturography, balance disorders

pages: from 103 to 110



estimated time of download (332 kB)
broadband speed:561282565121024[kbps]
time:67221164[sec]


You need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF file. It's free. If you don't have the Adobe Acrobat Reader plugin yet, you can get it HERE.


Start page | Journals | Books | Conferences | News | Mediton | Contact

Copyright © 1996-2020 Mediton Publishing House | All rights reserved.