Evaluation of Vestibular Dysfunction or Visuospatial Perception in Individuals With Idiopathic Scoliosis

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    Recruiting
  • participants needed
    84
  • sponsor
    Inonu University
Updated on 2 July 2022
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Summary

This study was planned to investigate whether there is a visual-spatial perception disorder in individuals with idiopathic scoliosis and also to reveal its dependent/independent relationship with vestibular dysfunction.

Description

Vestibular dysfunction is thought to be associated with the etiology of patients with idiopathic scoliosis. However, there is limited data on this in the literature. However, visuospatial ability has been evaluated in the literature regarding vestibular dysfunction independent of scoliosis. In the study, it was first requested to investigate vestibular dysfunction in patients with scoliosis. However, as far as is known, there is no study in the literature on visuospatial perception investigated for vestibular dysfunction in patients with scoliosis. This study was planned to investigate whether there is a disorder related to visuospatial perception and to reveal its dependent/independent relationship with vestibular dysfunction. Based on the studies, it is planned to evaluate visuospatial (visual-spatial) perception performance in the presence/absence of vestibular dysfunction in individuals with idiopathic scoliosis. The hypothesis of the study is that vestibular function and related visual-spatial perception may be affected in individuals with idiopathic scoliosis.

Details
Condition Scoliosis Idiopathic, Vestibular Function Disorder, Visuospatial/Perceptual Abilities
Treatment Balance Assessment, Unterberger test, Corsi Block Tapping (mobıl app), Navigation performance, Cobb angle measurement, Scolio Detector (mobıl app)
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05045014
SponsorInonu University
Last Modified on2 July 2022

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