Here was the quote about B's test:
"OVERALL IMPRESSION:Gage's test result quote
Brooklyn has bilateral vestibular hypofunction. However, she has learned to use remaining vestibular function for gaze stability. She has not learned to compensate for balance."
The results of this study show that Gage has bilateral vestibular hypofunction which contributes to his inability to see when his head is moving quickly. It also contributes to his inability to balance when his eyes are closed or when the surface is not stable. Try some of the following exercises to help this problem.
Work on focusing on small letters or pictures while turning your head quickly (e.g. walking, running, or swinging). Try to focus your eyes anytime your head is moving. You can even turn your head side to side while trying to read a book (for a minute or so).
Work on standing on soft surfaces (thick couch cushion or foam mat) with the eyes closed; work on standing on one foot with eyes opened and closed (try to get up to 30 seconds); work on walking tandem (one foot in front of the other)."
Good stuff and informative from UAB! Thanks for inviting us to participate!