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Journal: ORL
ORL (2021) 83 (1): 14–24.
Published Online: 18 September 2020
..., and up to 3 years postoperatively were compared with various preoperative factors: living status, cause of deafness, gender, side of implantation, residual hearing, and duration of deafness. Postoperative hearing performance was measured based on the German Freiburg monosyllabic word test...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (2014) 75 (6): 342–349.
Published Online: 10 January 2014
...Takumi Okuda; Shigeki Nagamachi; Yasuaki Ushisako; Tetsuya Tono Background/Purpose: Previous FDG-PET studies have indicated neuroplasticity in the adult auditory cortex in cases of postlingual deafness. In the mature brain, auditory deprivation decreased neuronal activity in primary auditory...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (2012) 74 (1): 38–41.
Published Online: 24 January 2012
... and deafness, in preliminary investigations it was seen that obliteration or ossification have no effect on the extent to which cochlear microphonics can be recorded at high sound pressure levels. As artifacts at high sound pressure levels suggested, measurements were subsequently conducted using temporal bone...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1996) 58 (6): 333–337.
Published Online: 13 January 2010
...M. Hultcrantz; H. Bergstedt; L. Mendel Congenital deformities of the inner ear can be associated with meningitis and varying degrees of hearing loss or deafness. Recurrent periods of meningitis, sometimes lethal, are due to communication between the middle ear cavity and the subarachnoid space...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1994) 56 (3): 133–136.
Published Online: 13 January 2010
...Hiroshi Sakaguchi Electrocochleography using the transtympanic electrode technique was performed on 86 deaf ears. Auditory nerve action potential was detected in 9 ears, in 5 of which deafness was caused by cerebellopontine angle tumor or surgery. A low threshold of the cochlear microphonics...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1994) 56 (1): 55–59.
Published Online: 13 January 2010
...Osamu Sasaki; Koichi Ootsuka; Kiichiro Taguchi; Masato Kikukawa A case of multiple sclerosis with acute deafness and dizziness as initial symptoms was reported. The pure-tone audiometry showed a high-frequency sensorineural hearing loss; in the auditory evoked brain stem response (ABR), the left...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1993) 55 (6): 341–346.
Published Online: 13 January 2010
...Marco Pelizzone; Colette Boëx; Pierre Montandon Vowel and consonant identification tests were conducted in the sound-only condition in a multilingual group of 13 totally deaf patients who are users of the Ineraid multichannel cochlear implant. Native languages ranged across French, German, Italian...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1988) 50 (6): 349–354.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
... by the programme include a comprehensive study of the prevalence of childhood deafness in the European Community, and meetings on cochlear implants, human temporal bone histopathology, diagnostic techniques and hearing impairment in children. The programme is currently concerned with new technologies...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1986) 48 (1): 52–54.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
...Ola Lind; Birger Kristiansen We describe a patient with a polyethylene tube to the middle ear who developed severe deafness and vertigo after treatment with ear drops where neomycin B was considered to be the most likely offending agent. High concentration of this antibiotic in the ear drops...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1981) 43 (4): 223–239.
Published Online: 07 January 2010
...C.W.R.J. Cremers; H.O.M. Thijssen; A.J.E.M. Fischer; E.H.M.A. Marres The results of a systematic study of the otological aspects in 13 cases of earpit-deafness syndrome are reported. The audiometric, radiological and vestibular findings as well as the results of exploratory tympanotomies...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1980) 42 (1-2): 77–90.
Published Online: 07 January 2010
.... Ménières disease Deafness Critical intensity Over recruitment Compression circuitry Loudness recruitment Speech discremínation Loudness discomfort level Hearing aids O RL 42: 77-90(1980) Audiological Considerations in Meniere's Disease J.D . Hood Medical Research Council, Hearing and Balance...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1973) 35 (1): 36–41.
Published Online: 06 January 2010
...F. Escher; E. Michel The psychological and sociological situation of 15cases of deafness after acquirement of the language is analysed. Following deafness, a severe crisis starts sooner or later. The further life of the deaf patients depends on the outcome of this crisis. The individual, personal...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1972) 34 (5): 263–272.
Published Online: 06 January 2010
... been no findings of specific inner-ear changes in explanation of the perceptive hearing loss. Alport’s syndrome Histopathology Temporal bone Deafness 6 1 2010 © 1972 S. Karger AG, Basel 1972 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All rights reserved. No part...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1974) 36 (1): 21–32.
Published Online: 06 January 2010
...H. Hamersma Benign and malignant osteopetrosis is reviewed with special reference to deafness and facial palsy. Recurrent, acute attacks of facial palsy, identical to Bell’s palsy, occur frequently as well as syndactyly associated with abnormal or absent finger nails. Radiological examination...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (1975) 37 (6): 321–332.
Published Online: 06 January 2010
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Leukemia ear Deafness Histopathology Cholesterol granuloma 6 1 2010 0R L J7: 321-332 (1975) Aural Pathohistology in Leukemia George Kelemen Eccles Temporal Bone Laboratory of the Ear Research Institute, University...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (2009) 71 (4): 212–215.
Published Online: 26 August 2009
...Dongye Chen; Xiaowei Chen; Keli Cao; Jin Zuo; Xin Jin; Caogang Wei; Fude Fang Background: The GJB2 gene, mapping to chromosome 13q12, encodes a gap junction protein, connexin 26, and is responsible for certain forms of congenital deafness, such as DFNB1 and DFNA3. Mutations of this gene...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (2008) 70 (4): 224–228.
Published Online: 09 May 2008
... were 68 prelingually deaf children who were implanted with a CI at our center, 31 subjects with the Nucleus CI (N-group), and 37 with the Clarion CI (C-group). The early time course of auditory perception and speech production skills were assessed by means of parental interviews using three kinds...
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Journal: ORL
ORL (2002) 64 (5): 321–323.
Published Online: 11 November 2002
...) on chromosome 13q11 have been shown as a major contributor to prelingual, sensorineural, nonsyndromic deafness. One specific mutation, 35delG, has accounted for the majority of the mutations detected in the GJB2 gene in Caucasian populations and is one of the most frequent disease mutations identified so far...