Normative data study on vestibular evoked myogenic potential
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Vestibular evoked myogenic potential is a specialized test within the vestibular test battery that specifically examines the integrity of the otolithic organs within the inner ear. The way in which the test is executed varies between individual clinics. Therefore, it is important for each individual clinic to establish its own set of normative data that are unique to their chosen recording and stimulus parameters. The goal of this current study is to establish normative data for cervical and ocular vestibular myogenic evoked potential tests at the Towson University Hearing and Balance clinic.