Physiologic vertigo is vertigo not caused by disease of the cochleovestibular system. It results from a mismatch between visual, proprioceptive, and vestibular input. This may be the pathogenesis of motion sickness as well as the transient vertigo associated with watching a film that captures the visual sensation of motion without the corresponding vestibular or proprioceptive input ("visual vertigo"). Visual vertigo is triggered by complex visual environments such as shopping malls and by viewing complex floor or wallpaper patterns.
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