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Annals

The Vestibular Labyrinth in Health and Disease

Edited by Edited by Joel Goebel (Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO) and Stephen M. Highstein (Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO)
The Vestibular Labyrinth in Health and Disease

Published: October 2001

Volume 942

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Vestibular research has seen recent major advances made possible by the advent of new tools, techniques, and ideas. This volume investigates these advances in studies of both the central and peripheral vestibular systems and in studies performed under both terrestial and microgravity conditions. Basic scientists as well as clinicians examine the advances and potential future directions of this field.

This volume is out of print.