Of or pertaining to a vestibule; like a vestibule.
Pertaining to the balance mechanism in the inner ear and brain.
Pertaining to the vestibular system in the middle ear and the brain which senses movements of the head. Disorders of the vestibular system can lead to dizziness, poor regulation of postural muscle tone and inability to detect quick movements of the head.
Pertaining to or toward a vestibule. In dental anatomy, used to refer to the tooth surface directed toward the vestibule of the mouth.
This is the sense that allows us to recognize how we are moving in relationship to gravity. Receptors in our ears sense if we are upright, upside down, moving sideways, spinning, etc. As a result of this sensory input, we make adjustments to posture and to our eye movements. Vestibular sensation has a strong impact not only on posture and eye movements, but also on: balance, coordination of the two body sides, and emotional control. Accurate vestibular processing is essential for the development of praxis.
Pertaining to an oral cavity in the middle of the inner ear.
relating to the sense of equilibrium
Vestibular means relating to the vestibule of the ear, a cavity situated at the entrance to the bony labyrinth (a part of the inner ear) that contains the saccule and utricle -- the organs of equilibrium.
pertaining to the function of balance
Refers to the sense of balance that is mediated through a system located in the inner ear.
Pertaining to the sensory system located in the inner ear that allows that body to maintain balance and enjoy participating in movement such as swinging and roughhousing.
Pertaining to the organs of the inner ear that provide a sense of equilibrium for animals and man.
relating to the balance system; more specifically to the vestibule of the inner ear
Relating to the portion of the inner ear, and its central neural pathways, involved in the sense of spatial orientation.
Pertaining to the sensory system located in the inner ear that allows that body maintain balance and enjoyably participate in movement such as swinging and rough and tumble.
Pertaining to the sensory system located in the inner ear that allows the body to maintain balance and enjoyably participate in movement such as swinging and roughhousing.