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									British Society of Neuro-otology SEVENTH MEETING OF THE BRITISH SOCIETY OF NEURO-OTOLOGY Leicester Tigers Rugby Stadium Friday 16 October 2009 08.45 … 09.15 … … … Registration Welcome and Opening Lecture:

Intra-tympanic treatment: Management, Rehabilitation and Pre-Habilitation Måns Magnusson Professor Dept of Otorhinolaryngology, Clinical Sciences, Lund, Lund University & Lund University Hospital FREE PAPERS – SESSION 1 …

Chairman: Peter Rea


- 10.15 Vestibular Perception after acute Vestibular Neuritis Sian Cousins, Nick Cutfield, Barry Seemungal, Michael Gresty, Adolfo Bronstein Imperial College London - 10.30 The use of Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential Frequency Tuning Curves in the diagnosis and management of Ménière’s disease J Sandhu, R. Low, N.Saunders, P.Rea Leicester Balance Centre and Royal Sussex County Hospital

10.30 - 11.30

COFFEE AND POSTER VIEWING Chairman : Anil Banerjee


– 11.45 Vestibular Evoked Ocular Myogenic Potentials (oVEMPs) to Fz Bone Conducted Vibrations in Superior Vestibular Neuritis show utricular function I. Manzari, I.S. Curthoys « La Sapienza » University/MSA Academy Italy and School of Psychology NSW Australia 11.45 - 12.00 Head-mounted vibrotactile stimulation for bilateral vestibular loss: A Phase I FDA Clinical Trial Joel A Goebel, MD, FACS *; *Belinda C Sinks AuD; ^B Eugene Parker, PhD; ^Neal T Richardson, BSEE; ^Aaron B Olowin, MSEE; +Roger W Cholewiak, PhD *Washington University Dizziness and Balance Center , ^Barron Associates, Inc +Princeton University Cutaneous Communication Laboratory/ Tactile Research Laboratory at Naval Aerospace Medical Research Labs (NAMRL)


13.00 – 13.15

Chairman: Peter West

The pathology of Ménière’s disease lies in the bone surrounding the endolymphatic duct S. Soucek, L. Michaels and F. Linthicum UCL Ear Institute, London and House Ear Institute, Los Angeles 13.15 - 13.30 Monothermal Caloric Testing in the Screening of the dizzy patient A. Shupak, M. Kaminer, P. Gilbey, D. Tal Otoneuorology Unit, Lin Medical Centre, Haifa, and Dept of Otolaryngology, Ziv Medical Centre, Safed, Israel. 13.30 - 13.45 Failure of OAE suppression: a characteristic of some patients with migrainous vertigo Louisa Murdin, Presanna Premasandra, Rosalyn Davies National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London 13.45 – 14.00 Differentiating malingering patients from healthy controls, unilateral vestibular loss patients and whiplash patients John Allum, Jaap Vonk, Corinne Horlings Dept. of ORL, University Hospital, Basel, Switzerland 14.00 – 14.15 Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials in Bilateral Vestibulopathy Timothy C. Hain, Marcello, Cherchi, Hyun Yoo, Heather Rudisill, Audren Cameron North Western University Medical School 14.15 – 14.30 Advances in Vestibular Rehabilitation: high-tech vs. low-tech optokinetic stimulation and the role of supervision Marousa Pavlou, Adolfo Bronstein, Rosalyn Davies Kings’ College Hospital, and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London

15.30 – 15.45 15.45 – 15.50 15.50 – 16.00 16.00 – 16.10 16.10 – 16.15 Minor symptoms, major pathology -

Chairman: Adolfo Bronstein
Peter West

Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
Looking beyond and across the (y) ears C. Spyridakou, R.M. Alles Dept. Neuro-Otology Royal National Throat Nose & Ear Hosp, London CP Angle metastases – F.Amen, N. Grover, G. Brookes ENT Dept, Royal National Throat Nose & Ear Hosp. London Not so benign positional vertigo Kiran Agarwal, Adolfo Bronstein Academic Neuro-Otology, Imperial College London A world that is constantly jumping -Diego Kaski Academic Neuro-Otology, Imperial College London

16.15 …

Closing Lecture:

Kai Helling Intratympanic drug application in Menière’s disease – choice of treatment and their effects Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery University Medical Center of the Johannes Gutenberg-University, Langenbeckstr. 1, D-55101 Mainz, Germany 17.00 … Meeting ends This meeting is sponsored by: Meniere’s Society, Biosense Medical, GN ReSound/Optometics This meeting is eligible for CPD points (Royal College of Physicians)
The format of the Invited Lectures will allow 10-15 minutes for questions and discussion. Free papers will consist of 10 minutes’ presentation time. There will be some additional 2 minutes for “spill over” time, plus 5 minutes for questions and discussion. Would all speakers please make sure you do not use all of your time with your presentation. The whole point of the meeting is to be able to discuss and interact actively. Short papers should be just that and within the time allowed. The business meeting is free and open to all delegates.

POSTERS: 1. Autonomic Reactivity in ‘Dizzy Patients’: Motion Sickness Susceptibility and Cardio-Vascular and Respiratory Responses to Caloric Irrigation Barry Seemungal, David Green,M.Gresty and Adolfo Bronstein Clinical Neurosciences Imperial College London 2. Cellular therapy for Hearing Loss, closing in on reality Pawanbir Singh, Henry Pau and David J. Williams Healthcare Engineering Group, Loughborough University and University Hospitals, Leicester, UK 3. The relationship between positional vertigo and visual dependency Kiran Agarwal, Adolfo Bronstein, Mary Faldon,Marco Mandala, Kate Murray, Yvonne Silove Academic Neuro-Otology, Imperial College London 4. Validation of the Social Life and Work impact of Dizziness questionnaire (SWID) Adolfo Bronstein, John Golding, Michael Gresty, Marco Mandala, Daniele Nuti, Anu Shetye, Yvonne Silove Imperial College and University of Westminster London and University of Siena, Italy 5. Effects of vibrotactile feedback on stepping balance reactions in young, healthy elederly, and Parkinson’s disease patients Pei-Yun Lee, Kris Gadareh, Jawad Naushahi, Michael Gresty, Adolfo Bronstein Imperial College London, UK 6. Effect of vestibular activation on human visual cortical area V5/MT excitability Jessica Guzman, Vincent Walsh, Adolfo Bronstein, Barry Seemungal Division of Neurosciences, Imperial College London and Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences, University College London 7. Interaction Between The Vestibular-Spinal And The Cortico-Spinal Systems – A Caloric And Tms Study Jessica Guzman*, Yoann Buisson†, Paul H. Strutton†, Adolfo M. Bronstein* Divisions of Surgery† and Neuroscience*, Imperial College London (Charing Cross Hospital campus, London W6 8RF). 8. Vertigo as a migraine trigger Louisa Murdin, Rosalyn Davies, Adolfo Bronstein Department of Neuro-Otology, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London 9. Variations in presentation, investigations and treatment outcomes on 5 cases of superior semicircular canal dehiscence Dolores Umapathy, Kate Broome, Shankar Rangan, Royal Bolton Hospital and Bolton PCT, UK

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