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Ian S. Curthoys mostly deals with Vestibular system, Anatomy, Audiology, Semicircular canal and Vestibular nerve. His Vestibular system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reflex and Eye movement. His Anatomy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stimulation, Angular acceleration and Vestibular nuclei.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Peripheral and Visual perception. His Semicircular canal study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Utricle, Curvature, Differential equation, Semicircular duct and Ampulla. His Vestibular nerve research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Saccule and Acoustic neuroma.
Ian S. Curthoys mainly investigates Vestibular system, Audiology, Anatomy, Semicircular canal and Eye movement. His work on Vestibular system is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Reflex. He has researched Audiology in several fields, including Stimulus and Peripheral.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Stimulation and Guinea pig in addition to Anatomy. His work carried out in the field of Semicircular canal brings together such families of science as Dehiscence, Angular acceleration and Vertigo. Ian S. Curthoys focuses mostly in the field of Eye movement, narrowing it down to topics relating to Optics and, in certain cases, Torsion.
Ian S. Curthoys mainly focuses on Vestibular system, Audiology, Anatomy, Semicircular canal and Stimulus. The various areas that Ian S. Curthoys examines in his Vestibular system study include Stimulation and Cochlea. His Audiology research incorporates elements of Saccadic masking, Balance problems and Reflex.
His Anatomy research includes elements of Electrophysiology, Guinea pig and Surgical approach. The Semicircular canal study which covers Vertigo that intersects with Caloric theory and Balance. His Stimulus study combines topics in areas such as Nystagmus, Receptor, Bone conduction and Vestibular evoked myogenic potential.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Vestibular system, Audiology, Stimulus, Semicircular canal and Anatomy. His Vestibular system study contributes to a more complete understanding of Neuroscience. His research in Audiology intersects with topics in Saccadic masking and Eye movement.
His Stimulus research includes themes of Stimulation, Vestibular evoked myogenic potential and Computer vision. His study in Semicircular canal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Receptor and Vertigo. His work often combines Anatomy and Otolithic membrane studies.
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A clinical sign of canal paresis.
G M Halmagyi;I S Curthoys.
JAMA Neurology (1988)
The video head impulse test Diagnostic accuracy in peripheral vestibulopathy
H. G. MacDougall;K. P. Weber;L. A. McGarvie;G. M. Halmagyi.
Mechanisms of recovery following unilateral labyrinthectomy: a review
Paul F. Smith;Ian S. Curthoys.
Brain Research Reviews (1989)
Vestibular compensation: a review of the oculomotor, neural, and clinical consequences of unilateral vestibular loss.
Curthoys Is;Halmagyi Gm.
Journal of Vestibular Research-equilibrium & Orientation (1995)
Responses of guinea pig primary vestibular neurons to clicks
Murofushi T;Curthoys Is;Topple An;Colebatch Jg.
Experimental Brain Research (1995)
Head impulse test in unilateral vestibular loss: vestibulo-ocular reflex and catch-up saccades
K. P. Weber;S. T. Aw;M. J. Todd;L. A. McGarvie.
A critical review of the neurophysiological evidence underlying clinical vestibular testing using sound, vibration and galvanic stimuli
Ian S. Curthoys.
Clinical Neurophysiology (2010)
Planar relationships of the semicircular canals in man.
R. H. I. Blanks;I. S. Curthoys;C. H. Markham.
Acta Oto-laryngologica (1975)
The human horizontal vestibulo-ocular reflex in response to high-acceleration stimulation before and after unilateral vestibular neurectomy.
Halmagyi Gm;Curthoys Is;Cremer Pd;Henderson Cj.
Experimental Brain Research (1990)
Physiological and Anatomical Study of Click-Sensitive Primary Vestibular Afferents in the Guinea Pig
Toshihisa Murofushi;Ian S. Curthoys.
Acta Oto-laryngologica (1997)
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