This report addresses whether full-text clinical studies, systematic reviews, and clinical practice guidelines and position statements support the use of computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) for diagnosing vestibular disorders in adults with signs and symptoms suggesting vestibular disorder, compared with standard otoneurologic tests. While other Hayes reports have more broadly addressed the use of CDP for related uses, such as symptom assessment, this Evolving Evidence Review (EER) focuses specifically on evidence addressing the clinical validity (in terms of diagnostic performance) and clinical utility (in terms of impact on diagnostic decision-making) of CDP for diagnosing vestibular disorders.

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