Experimental studying and mathematic modeling of vestibular nystagmus in healthy people and in patients with cerebral spastic infantile paralysis
V. I. Dotsenkoa, E. A. Egorovab, G. R. Kaspranskayac, E. A. Muratovad, A. F. Suchalkinad, A. G. Yakushevd
a Scientific Center Health of Clildren
b The Russian Therapeutic Riding Society
c The Ear, Throat and Nose Diseases Clinic of the I. M. Sechenov Moscow Medical Academy
d M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University
The horizontal rotatory vestibular nystagmus in healthy people and in patients suffering from cerebral spastic infantile paralysis is studied in the paper by videooculography method. A statistically significant difference in nystagmus characteristic in these two groups was noted. A mathematical model of vestibular nystagmus was proposed. Two sets of parameters of the model were fitted for predicted trajectories to correspond statistically with experimental nystagmus records.
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Journal of Mathematical Sciences (New York), 2007, 147:2, 6682–6689
V. I. Dotsenko, E. A. Egorova, G. R. Kaspranskaya, E. A. Muratova, A. F. Suchalkina, A. G. Yakushev, “Experimental studying and mathematic modeling of vestibular nystagmus in healthy people and in patients with cerebral spastic infantile paralysis”, Fundam. Prikl. Mat., 11:8 (2005), 195–204; J. Math. Sci., 147:2 (2007), 6682–6689
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