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Abstract #2342

Research on the brain function of cervicogenic vertigo: A resting-state fMRI study

Kuang Cuili1 and Fan Yang2

1Radiological Department, Renmin Hospital of Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, 2GE Healthcare China, Beijing, China

People with cervicogenic vertigo(CV) due to vertebrobasilar insufficiency suffer lots of troubles. Through neuroimaging analysis method, this study finds significant difference in right cerebellum anterior lobe(RCAL) on mfALFF value and connectivities with other brain regions between CV and normal control(NC). Besides, the mfALFF and mReHo of RCAL are correlated to DHI(Dizziness Handicap Inventory) significant positively. These discoveries seem to indicate that a long-term vertebrobasilar insufficiency results in such alterations of these functional indexes and connectivities in RCAL of CV, then lead to the function degradation of maintain the basic balance of the body when occurrence of vertigo.

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