Mise en évidence d’un phénotype posturo-locomoteur spécifique d’une atteinte vestibulaire unilatérale périphérique

Discussion/conclusionNous démontrons dans cette étude un phénotype posturo-locomoteur typique d’une atteinte vestibulaire unilatérale. Ce test supplémentaire permet de renforcer les outils diagnostiques de la pathologie sur le modèle rongeur de lésion vestibulaire unilatérale mais aussi de tester des composés pharmacologiques favorisant la restauration de l’équilibre. L’utilisation de ce dispositif dans le domaine clinique pourrait avoir des avantages dans le diagnostic et dans le suivi de la réhabilitation pharmacologique et physique du patient.
Source: Neurophysiologie Clinique - Category: Neuroscience Source Type: research

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