Video goggles may help diagnose vertigo

Sydney researchers find the goggles are most effective at recognising Meniere's disease
Vertigo goggles
Photo: A woman wears the video oculography goggles

Australian-developed video goggles used by patients experiencing vertigo may eventually help diagnose the underlying cause, a study shows.

Worn at home, the goggles record episode-related eye movements to help identify the type of vertigo patients have, according to University of Sydney researchers.