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If the stimulus be severe, however, it radiates beyond the vertiginous centre, and next involves the vomiting centre, producing nausea, if not actual vomiting. A still more severe Etimulus will travel further and involve the cardiac inhibitory centre, causing faintness, chilliness, and even syncope-the vital phenomena of auditory vertigo. The loss ofdoi:10.1136/bmj.2.1148.1292 fatcat:penswsamzvdmdkvga5xv37paxm