The aim of the review is to provide a comprehensive actual overview of the current approach to the use of
neurootologic electrophysiological methods in diagnostic process of multiple sclerosis. Chronic and debilitating
forms of the disease are characterized by multiple areas of focal demyelinization that develop throughout the white
matter of the central nervous system. The manifestation of the affection of the balance system is dizziness. The data
suggest that dynamic posturography and electronystagmography can provide useful diagnostic information in patients
with balance disturbances.
multiple sclerosis, dizziness, brainstem electric response audiometry, dynamic posturography,