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The vestibular system transduces and processes angular and linear acceleration and deceleration of the head, enabling postural balance, locomotor control, and gaze stabilization, particularly during head movement. The vestibular system is an integral component of our sensory experience and sensory-motor function. Healthy peripheral and central vestibular anatomy is essential for functionally relevant gaze stability during head motion and postural control.

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Task Contrast Measure

NIH Toolbox Dynamic Visual Acuity Test
  • minimum size visible while still minus while in motion

Sensory Profile
  • vestibular processing

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