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Electronystagmography device

Summary Information: Electronystagmography device

Electronystagmography device: An electronystagmography device is medical instrument used to measure changes in the electrical field imposed by the muscles controlling eye movement, with or without various stimuli (e.g. blowing air into the ear or changing head position).

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Electronystagmography device

These diseases are related to the medical device Electronystagmography device:

  • Brainstem lesions
  • Cerebellum lesions
  • Eighth cranial nerve injury
  • Vestibular system lesions
  • Demyelinating disease (e.g. multiple sclerosis)

Types Of Electronystagmography device

These devices are types of the medical device Electronystagmography device:

Other Names For Electronystagmography device

  • ENG device
  • Electrooculograph
  • Electronystagmograph

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