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Vertigo and motion sickness. Part I: Vestibular anatomy and physiology

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September 1, 2005
by Timothy P. Zajonc, MD; Peter S. Roland, MD
Abstract
Control of the symptoms of vertigo and motion sickness requires consideration of the neurophysiology of areas both intrinsic and extrinsic to the vestibular system proper. We review the essential anatomy and physiology of the vestibular system and the associated vomiting reflex.

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