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Review Article

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

Table 3

Studies reliability assessed according to the Oxford grading scale.

StudyOxford scaleControl groupLimitations

dos Santos et al. (2009) [31]
ACTA ORL
1NLimited number of patients

Rodrigues et al. (2009) [32]
Equilíbrio Corporal e Saúde
1NLimited number of patients
No control

Viirre and Sitarz (2002) [33]
Laryngoscope
2YLimited number of patients
Limited demographic data

Pavlou et al. (2012) [34]
J Vestib Res
2YUnique and specific virtual reality device

Sparrer et al. (2013) [35]
Acta Otolaryngol
2YLimited number of patients

Whitney et al. (2009) [36]
Physical Therapy Reviews
1NLimited number of patients
No control

Garcia et al. (2013) [37]
Braz J Otorhinolaryngol
3YPatients also on medication (betahistine)

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