Benjamin T. Crane, M.D., Ph.D. University of Rochester
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- The influence of head and body tilt on human fore-aft translation perception. Exp Brain Res. In press. (2014 Aug 27).
- WHY NO UNILATERAL VESTIBULAR ATELECTASIS? Otol Neurotol. In press. (2014 Aug 12).
- In vitro efficacy of a consumer-marketed ear cleaning tool. Otol Neurotol. 35, e195-8. (2014 Jun 01).