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Synonyms for caloric

relating to or associated with heat

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Vestibular dysfunction of patients was evaluated by the binaural bithermal caloric test. We used 50[degrees]C air as the warm stimuli and 24[degrees]C air as the cold stimuli.
Caloric test was performed according to the Fitzgerald-Hallpike method: each ear was water-irrigated for 40 seconds at temperatures of 44[degrees]C and 30[degrees]C.
A repeat caloric test was performed 2 weeks after completion of the treatment.
A failure to correct for preexisting nystagmus during caloric tests might have suggested misleading diagnostic possibilities.
The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test elicited a normal reduced vestibular response (RVR) and directional preponderance.
The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test showed no significant reduced vestibular response and a directional preponderance (DP) of 23% left.
Only 10% of dizzy patients with normal CDP results had an abnormal ENG caloric test. Finally, Goebel et al demonstrated that CDP can help distinguish between organic and nonorganic (e.g., malingering or hysteria) balance complaints.
The simultaneous binaural bithermal (SBB) caloric test elicited a type 2 response with an RVR left.
The alternate binaural bithermal caloric test elicited a 0% reduced vestibular response and a 0% directional preponderance.
The alternate binaural bithermal (ABB) caloric test revealed a 25% reduced vestibular response (RVR) right and a 6% right directional preponderance (DP).
The caloric test measures responses to warm and cold water circulated through a small, soft tube in the ear canal.
The caloric test performed for the patient in the present study demonstrated a weak response for both SCCs although the malformation was unilateral.
We conducted a study to compare how well the head impulse test (HIT), without and with eye-movement recordings, would predict videonystagmographic (VNG) caloric test lateralization when performed by a resident and an experienced otoneurologist.