Key PointsQuestionCan a video oculography–based ocular counter-roll measurement be used as a clinical test of otolith function? FindingsIn this case-control study of 56 individuals, video ocular counter-roll measurement with a simple bedside head tilt maneuver could detect patients with loss of vestibular function and healthy controls. The technique had a diagnostic accuracy of 83%. MeaningThe video ocular counter-roll (vOCR) test can be performed with a simple bedside maneuver to detect or track loss of otolith function.
JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery – American Medical Association
Published: Jun 25, 2021