|Solomon, D.S. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo. Current treatment options in neurology. 2000 Sep;2(5):417-428.
Straumann D, Zee DS, and Solomon D. Three-dimensional kinematics of ocular drift in humans with cerebellar atrophy. 83. pp.1125-1140. Journal of Neurophysiology. 3. 2000
Mong A, Loevner LA, Solomon D, and Bigelow DC. Sound- and pressure-induced vertigo associated with dehiscence of the roof of the superior semicircular canal. 20. pp.1973-1975. AJNR: American Journal of Neuroradiology. 10. 1999
Bigelow, D.C., Eisen, M.D., Yen, D.M., Saull, S.C., Solomon, D. and Schmidt, D.E. Otolaryngological manifestations of Creutzfeltdt-Jakob disease, Arch. Otolaryngol-Head & Neck Surg. 124: June 1998
Minor, L.B., Solomon, D., Zinreich, J.S. and Zee, D.S. Tullio's phenomenon due to dehiscence of bone overlying the superior semicircular canal. Archives of Otolaryngology, 124: (3) 249-258, 1998.
Straumann, D., Zee, D.S., Solomon, D., and Kramer, P.D. Validity of Listing's law during fixations, saccades, smooth pursuit eye movements, and blinks. Experimental Brain Research 112(1):135-146, 1996.
Straumann, D., Zee, D.S., Solomon, D., Lasker, A.G., and Roberts, D.C. Transient torsion during and after saccades. Vision Research 35:3321-3334, 1995.
Solomon, D., Galetta, S.L., and Liu, G.T. Possible mechanisms for horizontal gaze deviation and lateropulsion in the lateral medullary syndrome. Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology 15:26-30, 1995.
Solomon, D. and Cohen, B. Stimulation of the nodulus and uvula discharges velocity storage in the vestibulo-ocular reflex. Experimental Brain Research 102:57-68, 1994.
Galetta, S.L., Liu, G.T., Raps, E.C., Solomon, D., and Volpe, N.J. Cyclodeviation in skew deviation. American Journal of Ophthalmology 118:509-514, 1994.
Cohen, B., Kozlovskaya, I., Raphan, T., Solomon, D., Helwig, D.C.N, Sirota, M., and Yakushin, S. Vestibuloocular reflex of rhesus monkeys after spaceflight. Journal of Applied Physiology 73:121S-131S, 1992.
Solomon, D. and Cohen, B. Stabilization of gaze during circular locomotion in light. I. Compensatory head and eye nystagmus in the running monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology 67:1146-1157, 1992.
Solomon, D. and Cohen, B. Stabilization of gaze during circular locomotion in darkness. II. Contribution of velocity storage to compensatory eye and head nystagmus in the running monkey. Journal of Neurophysiology 67:1158-1170, 1992.
|Solomon, D., Straumann D. and Zee, D.S. Three-Dimensional Eye Movements During Vertical Axis rotation: Effects of Visual Suppression, Orbital Eye Position and Head Position. In: Three-Dimensional Kinematics of Eye, Head and Limb Movements, Edited by M. Fetter, T. Hasslwanter , H. Misslisch and D. Tweed, Harwood Academic Pulishers, Amsterdam, 1997
Frohman, E.M., Solomon, D., Zee, D.S. Nuclear, Supranuclear, and Internuclear Eye Movement Abnormalities in Multiple Sclerosis, International MS Journal 2(3) 19-29,1997
Frohman, E.M., Solomon, D., Zee, D.S. Vestibular Dysfunction and Nystagmus in Multiple Sclerosis. International MS Journal 3:86-99, 1997
Solomon, D. and Cohen, B.. Visual, Vestibular and Somatosensory Control of Compensatory Gaze Nystagmus during Circular Locomotion,. In: The Head-Neck Sensory-Motor System, Edited by A. Berthoz, W. Graf and P. P. Vidal. Oxford University Press, 1992, pp. 576-581
Solomon, D. and Cohen, B. Compensatory Gaze Nystagmus in the Running Monkey, In: Vestibular and Brainstem Control of Eye, Head and Body Movements. Edited by H. Shimazu and Y. Shinoda, Japan Scientific Societies Press, Tokyo,1991, pp. 241-254