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Persistent Vertigo

gait with limb ataxia, and positive head thrust to the left. Improvement seemed to be occurring in that gait deviation with eyes closed was no longer present. Vestibular physical therapy exercises were started. On the next evaluations ...

1st and 2nd Motor Neuron Disease of ALS-type

at the 18th,17th,27th and 28th sites. Regular lingual vestibular thickness. No presence of periapical bone resorption. ... . Clonus of the lateral foot , unextinguishable on the left side. Bilateral extension of the big toe . No disturbs of the ...

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