A Videonystagmogram (VNG) is a recording of your eye movements, represented by several graphs which show how your eye movements compare to the target.  It also looks for involuntary movements called nystagmus. This test frequently makes people dizzy, it is generally short lasting, but it is always a good idea to have someone drive you here and pick you up. VNG’s are performed for many reasons, including:Balance dysfunctionDizzinessVertigo​ A VNG normally takes about one hour. ​

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