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In patients complaining of dizziness attributable neither to vestibular disorders nor to any neurological cause, static posturographic recordings can reveal signs consistent with the symptoms. These posturographic abnormalities are a sign, not of impairment of some other input of the fine-postural system, but of faulty integration of the multimodal sensory information that contributes to the control of orthostatic posture.pmid:1950555 fatcat:bfjwk3bravadnfeuhycb7udvky