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Neuroreport 1997;8:2595–2599. 1159/000096798 Published online: November 3, 2006 Peripheral Vestibular Responses to Sound Ian S. Curthoys Vestibular Research Laboratory, School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia Key Words Bone conduction ؒ Labyrinth ؒ Myogenic potential ؒ Otolith ؒ Saccule ؒ VEMP ؒ Vibration Abstract As well as activating the cochlea, sound also activates some vestibular receptors and afferents. That is true for both airand bone-conducted sound and this review briefly summarizes the neural evidence for vestibular activation by sound in mammals and considers the implications of this result.
However, velocity steps are routinely used to test the high-frequency responses of the VOR following unilateral lesion, which turned out to be impaired. Both in guinea pigs  and monkeys [17, 78], head rotations at high velocities towards the lesioned side revealed a lack of compensation for high frequencies of head stimulation. The same result was observed in patients following passive rapid head rotations stimulating all pairs of semicircular canals [79–84]. Since the frequency of natural head movements extends from very low frequencies up to 20 Hz in humans and the VOR compensates neither at very low nor at high frequencies, patients are bound to have some problems following unilateral vestibular lesions.
Exp Brain Res 1988;71:93–102. 126 Lacour M: Relearning and critical postoperative period in the restoration of nerve function. Example of vestibular compensation and clinical implications (in French). Ann Otolaryngol Chir Cervicofac 1984; 101:177–187. 127 Vibert D, Hausler R, Safran AB: Subjective visual vertical in peripheral unilateral vestibular diseases. J Vestib Res 1999; 9: 145– 152. 128 Vibert D, Hausler R: Long-term evolution of subjective visual vertical after vestibular neurectomy and labyrinthectomy.
Recent Advances in Vestibulo-auditory Neurobiology (Neuroembryology and Aging 2004 2005) by Y.S. Chan, J. He