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Review Article

Use of Virtual Reality Tools for Vestibular Disorders Rehabilitation: A Comprehensive Analysis

Figure 2

Differential characteristics of virtual reality protocols according to average efficiency. (a) Time spent in virtual reality-based treatment. (b) Number of sessions depending on the clinical impact of the treatment (“low efficiency” defining studies with less than 20% of improvement on average efficiency and “high efficiency” studies with more than 20% of improvement). .
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