- This chief complaint mandates testing of limb, truncal ataxia, and extraocular movements.
- "Watch 'em walk, watch 'em talk, look at their eyes!"
- Corrective saccades during a head-impulse test implies peripheral vestibular pathology. Absence of corrective saccades should make you concerned for cerebellar/posterior circulatory pathology.
- Remember, the vestibulo-ocular reflex does not involve the cerebellum.