volume 240, issue 1, P49-54 1984
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464344
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Abstract: The effect of the chronic administration of diazepam on vestibular compensation (post-unilateral labyrinthectomy) was studied in squirrel monkeys. An intramuscular injection of diazepam (2 mg/kg) was given daily for a period of 4 weeks post-operatively. After daily injection, reduction of the slow-phase eye velocity ( SPEV ) of spontaneous nystagmus and enhancement of locomotor body dysequilibrium were found in the early post-operative stage. However, these pharmacological effects decreased gradually and almos…

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