Otoencephalography DF All Specialties To Recover Your Hearing And Balance Health!
Otoencephalography with Cerebral Mapping
Tradicionalmente, las imágenes del mapeo cerebral se presentan como mapas computarizadas en relación a la actividad eléctrica cerebral, las cuales resultan muy atractivas a la vista del paciente común, sin tener otros resultados.
Traditionally, the images of the cerebral mapping are presented as computerized maps in relation to the cerebral electrical activity, which ar...
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Transcranial and Extracranial
Ninety percent of our patients consume dizziness with a previous diagnosis attributable to cervical spine problems. The ability to measure the cerebral circulatory dynamics allows us to observe that 15% of this group presents dizziness of cervical cause by variations in the flow of the vertebral artery and 60% of supratrochlear artery terminal branch o...
Vestibular Tests for Vertigo. All Specialties to Recover Your Hearing and Balance Health!
Caloric Vestibular Tests
It is the longest and most difficult procedure of the vestibular study, but also the one that provides more information regarding the location of the lesion. Its objective is to stimulate the semicircular canals on each side at different temperatures generating a nystagmic response in opposite directions that allow us to determine the reflex activity from each ear and its inte...
Symptoms of Vertigo.All Specialties to Recover Your Hearing and Balance Health!
Rotational Testing Torsion Arm
The patient is placed in an armchair that makes hourly turns and then counterclockwise in order to stimulate the organ of the balance of the ear.
The rotary chair is specially designed for sinusoidal tests; Is composed of a chair, a leg with a complete electronic system, a jaw support, allowing the correct position of the patient's head, as well as a pendulum in metal sheet contain...
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CNG Computerized Nystagmus
The patient suffering from vertigo is one who is not able to react on his own, that is, if he has vertigo and is in front of a cliff, he can simply fall; Unlike those who only suffer from dizziness and can react to this situation.
In addition we have the various forms of fears, phobias, states of anguish, anxieties, depressions, etc., which usually differentiate well from the vertiginou...
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CCG Computerized Craniocorpography.
Test of Unterberger and Fukuda
Craniocorpography (GCC) is an objective and quantitative method for the study of vestibulospinal function and equilibration.
The GCC consists of the PHOTOGRAPHIC REGISTRY on an instant film of the movements of the head and the body during the tests of Romberg, Unterberger and Fukuda. An image of the displacements of the center...
Balance tests, dizziness. All Specialties To Recover Your Hearing And Balance Health!
TOB Posturography (Test of Balance)
Simple, current and rapid method to evaluate, in static conditions, the center of gravity in patients with peripheral or central balance disorders.
Some people have a visual preference, that is, they depend on visual information. Others develop instability when the support surface is not firm. Through posturography, in addition to detecting the system involved in the d...
Brain Mapping, Causes of Vertigo.All Specialties to Recover Your Hearing and Balance Health!
Auditory and Vestibular Brainstem / Mapped Potential Evoked Potentials
Evoked potentials are brain electrical signals that are produced in response to a sensory stimulus. Depending on the applied stimulus and the brain processing they can be classified in those that are due simply to an external physical stimulus (exogenous) and those that are associated with that physical stimulus and are related t...
Hearing Aids, Valuation, and .All Specialties To Recover Your Auditory And Balanced Health!
Assessment and Adaptation of Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are physically constructed to be used either inside the ear canal (intracanals) or outside the ear canal (behind the ear and the ear canal), and regardless of their construction, their technology may be analog or digital.
The hearing aid is an electronic device that amplifies the sound and allows a person with hearing difficulties to hear bett...
Tympanometry, Hearing ProblemsAll Specialties To Recover Your Auditory And Balanced Health!
Tympanometry with Stapedial Reflection
It evaluates the integrity of the tympanic membrane, ossicular chain and middle ear air cavities.
Tympanometry is a test developed to evaluate the mobility of the tympanic membrane during the variation of air pressure.
To perform tympanometry, the tip of a catheter is inserted into the external auditory canal until a hermetic seal is obtained. Subsequentl...