In Reverse Chronological Order:

Ghavami Y, Haidar YM, Ziai KN, Moshtaghi O, Bhatt J, Lin HW, Djalilian HR.  Management of mal de debarquement syndrome as vestibular migraines.  Laryngoscope. 2016 Oct 12. doi: 10.1002/lary.26299. [Epub ahead of print]

Hain TC, Cherchi M.  Hain TC, Cherchi M.  Mal de débarquement syndrome.  Handb Clin Neurol.137:391-5,  2016.

Cha YH, Deblieck C, Wu AD. Double-blind sham-controlled crossover trial of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for mal de debarquement syndrome. Otol Neurotol.37:805-12. 2016.

Cha YH, Urbano D, Pariseau N. Randomized single blind sham controlled trial of adjunctive home-based tDCS after rTMS for mal de debarquement syndrome: safety, efficacy, and participant satisfaction assessment. Brain Stimul. 9:537-44, 2016.

Van Ombergen A, Wuyts FL, Cha YH. Letter to the Editor: comment and erratum to “Mal de debarquement syndrome: a systematic review”. J Neurol. 263:855-60. 2016.

Van Ombergen A, Van Rompaey V, Maes LK, Van de Heyning PH, Wuyts FL. Mal de debarquement syndrome: a systematic review. J Neurol. 263:843-854, 2016.

Nwagwu V, Patel R, Okudo J. Mal de debarquement syndrome: a rare entity – a case report and review of the literature. Case Rep Otolaryngol. 2015:918475, 2015.

Cha YH, Chakrapani, S. Voxel based morphometry alterations in mal de debarquement syndrome. PLoS One 10:e0135021, 2015.

Edlow JA, Newman-Toker DE. Medical and nonstroke neurologic causes of acute, continuous vestibular symptoms. Neurol Clin. 33:699-716, 2015. Review.

Pearce AJ, Davies CP, Major BP. Efficacy of neurostimulation to treat symptoms of Mal de Debarquement Syndrome. A preliminary study using repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation. J Neuropsychol, 9:336-341 2015.

Cha, YH. Mal de Debarquement Syndrome: new insights. Ann NY Acad Sci. 1343:63-68, 2015.

Liphart J. Use of sensory reweighting for a woman with persistent Mal de Debarquement: a case report. J Geriatr Phys Ther. 38:96-103, 2015.

Wu H, Wang S, Hao W, Gao Z. Mal de debarquement: a case report. Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi. 49:1035-6, 2014. Chinese.

Shou G, Yuan H, Urbano D, Cha YH, Ding L. Changes of symptom and EEG in mal de debarquement syndrome patients after repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over bilateral prefrontal cortex: A pilot study. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2014:4294-4297, 2014.

Arroll M, Attree E, Cha YH, Dancey C. The relationship between symptom severity, stigma, illness intrusiveness and depression in Mal de Debarquement Syndrome. J Health Psychol.21:1339-50, 2014.

Dai M, Cohen B, Smouha E, Cho C. Readaptation of the vestibulo-ocular reflex relieves the mal de debarquement syndrome. Front Neurol. 5:1-6, 2014.

Ding L, Shou G, Yuan H, Urbano D, Cha YH. Lasting Modulation Effects of rTMS on Neural Activity and Connectivity as Revealed by Resting State EEG. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 61:2070-80, 2014

Tal D, Wiener G, Shupak A. Mal de debarquement, motion sickness and the effect of an artificial horizon. J Vestib Res. 24:17-23, 2014.

Halasy MP, Thibault CR. A case of persistent dizziness after travel. JAAPA. 27:1-3, 2014.

Stoffregen TA, Chen FC, Varlet M, Alcantara C, Bardy BG. Getting Your Sea Legs. PLoS ONE. 8:e66949, 2013.

Cha YH, Cui Y. Rocking dizziness and headache: a two-way street. Cephalalgia. 33:1160-9, 2013.

Clark BC, Leporte A, Clark S, Hoffman RL, Quick A, Wilson TE, Thomas JS.  Effects of persistent Mal de debarquement syndrome on balance, psychological traits, and motor cortex excitability.  J Clin Neurosci. 20:446-450, 2013.

Cha YH, Cui Y, and Baloh RW. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for Mal de Debarquement Syndrome. Otol Neurotol. 34:175-9, 2013.

Petersen H. Seasickness. Laeknabladid. 98:653-9, 2012. Review. Icelandic.

Cha YH, Chakrapani S, Craig A, and Baloh RW. Metabolic and functional connectivity changes in mal de debarquement syndrome. PloS ONE. 7:e49560, 2012.

Jeong SH, Jung KY, Kim JM, Kim JS. Medial temporal activation in mal de debarquement syndrome revealed by standardized low-resolution brain electromagnetic tomography. J Clin Neurol. 8:238-40, 2012.

Cha YH. Less common neuro-otologic disorders. Continuum Lifelong Learning in Neurol. 18:1142-1157, 2012.

Bruetman JE, Senderovsky M, Martin C, Finn BC, Young P. Mal de débarquement, a challenge for the clinician. Medicina (B Aires). 72:356-7, 2012. Spanish.

Macke A, LePorte A, Clark BC. Social, societal, and economic burden of mal de debarquement syndrome.  J Neurol. 259:1326-30, 2012.

Cherchi M.  Infrequent causes of disequilibrium in the adult. Otolaryngol Clin North Am. 44:405-14, 2011.

Clark BC, Quick A. Exploring the pathophysiology of Mal de Debarquement. J Neurol, 258:1166-8,  2011.

McCandless CH, Balaban CD. Parabrachial nucleus neuronal responses to off-vertical axis rotation in macaques. Exp Brain Res 202:271-90, 2010.

Cha YH. Mal de Debarquement. Semin Neurol, 29:520-7, 2009. Review.

Dai M, Raphan T, Cohen B. Adaptation of the angular vestibulo-ocular reflex to head movements in rotating frames of reference. Exp Brain Res. 195(4):553-67, 2009.

Cha YH, Brodsky J, Ishiyama G, Sabatti C, Baloh RW. Clinical features and associated syndromes of mal de debarquement. J Neurol, 255:1038-44, 2008.

Dahlman J, Sjörs A, Ledin T, Falkmer T. Could sound be used as a strategy for reducing symptoms of perceived motion sickness? J Neuroeng Rehabil, 5:35, 2008.

Parker DA, SJ Jennings. Mal de debarquement syndrome: Review of an unusual cause of dizziness. Audiolog Med 6: 228-232, 2008.

Moeller L, Lempert T. Mal de debarquement: pseudo-hallucinations from vestibular memory? J Neurol, 254:813-5, 2007.

Yacovino DA, Gualtieri FJ. Mal de debarquement syndrome in modern life. Rev Neurol, 43:568-70, 2006. Spanish.

DeFlorio PT, Silbergleit R. Mal de debarquement presenting in the Emergency Department. J Emerg Med, 31:377-9, 2006.

Tal D, Domachevsky L, Bar R, Adir Y, Shupak A. Inner ear decompression sickness and mal de debarquement. Otol Neurotol, 26:1204-7, 2005.

Nachum Z, Shupak A, Letichevsky V, Ben-David J, Tal D, Tamir A, Talmon Y, Gordon CR, Luntz M. Mal de debarquement and posture: reduced reliance on vestibular and visual cues. Laryngoscope, 114:581-6, 2004.

Lewis RF. Frequency-specific mal de debarquement. Neurol, 63:1983-4, 2004.

Dai M, Kunin M, Raphan T, Cohen B. The relation of motion sickness to the spatial-temporal properties of velocity storage. Exp Brain Res, 151:173-89, 2003

Teitelbaum P. Mal de Debarquement Syndrome: A Case Report. J Travel Med, 9:51-2, 2002.

Gordon CR, Shupak A, Nachum Z. Mal de debarquement. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 126:805-6, 2000

Hain TC, Hanna PA, Rheinberger MA. Mal de debarquement. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 125:615-20, 1999.

Rine RM, Schubert MC, Balkany TJ. Visual-vestibular habituation and balance training for motion sickness. Phys Ther, 79:949-57, 1999.

Cohen H. Mild mal de debarquement after sailing. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 781:598-600, 1996.

Gordon CR, Spitzer O, Doweck I, Melamed Y, Shupak A. Clinical features of mal de debarquement: adaptation and habituation to sea conditions. J Vestib Res, 5:363-9, 1995.

Murphy TP. Mal de debarquement syndrome: a forgotten entity? Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 109:10-3, 1993.

Gordon CR, Spitzer O, Shupak A, Doweck I. Survey of mal de debarquement. BMJ, 304:544, 1992.

Brown JJ, Baloh RW. Persistent mal de debarquement syndrome: a motion-induced subjective disorder of balance. Am J Otolaryngol, 8:219-22, 1987.