Auditory Performance in Recovered SARS-COV-2 Patients.

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While COVID-19 symptoms impact rhinology (anosmia) and laryngology (airways), two major disciplines of the otolaryngology armamentarium, the virus has seemed to spare the auditory system. A recent study, however, reported […]

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Clinical Implementation of Second-generation Minimally Invasive Image-guided Cochlear Implantation Surgery.

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Minimally invasive, image-guided cochlear implantation (CI) surgery consists of drilling a precise tunnel from the surface of the mastoid cortex through the facial recess to target the scala tympani. In […]

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Cost-Utility Analysis of Bilateral Cochlear Implantation in Adults With Severe to Profound Sensorineural Hearing Loss in Poland.

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The aim of the study was to develop a Markov model and apply it for the evaluation of three different treatment scenarios for adult patients with severe to profound bilateral […]

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Endoscopic Transcanal Push-Trough Myringoplasty for Different Types of Tympanic Membrane Perforations.

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This study aims to explore the feasibility of endoscopic transcanal push-trough myringoplasty (ETPM) for all types of tympanic membrane perforations (TMPs), and compare the outcomes with those of endoscopic type […]

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Gender Prevalence and Trends in Otology and Neurotology Publications.

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To assess otology and neurotology authorship by gender, subject, and country of origin from 2000 to 2019.Retrospective review of otology and neurotology publications in 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, and 2019 […]

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Posttraumatic Dizziness: Navigating the Maze Towards Accurate Vestibular Diagnosis and Treatment.

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Highlight the importance of establishing a differential diagnosis to identify and treat multiple origins of dizziness in a patient following traumatic brain injury (TBI).73-year-old man with TBI and temporal bone […]

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Tobacco Use and Skin Reactivity in Patients With Percutaneous Auditory Osseointegrated Implants.

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To determine if there is an association between tobacco use and the development of postoperative skin reactions in patients undergoing percutaneous osseointegrated auditory implant (pOAI) surgery.Single surgeon retrospective cohort study.Academic […]

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Vestibular Function After Bilateral Simultaneous Cochlear Implantation.

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Thanks to the advantages of hearing-in-noise and spatial orientation, currently bilateral cochlear implantation (CI) became popular for patients with profound hearing loss. The aim of this study was to investigate […]

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Audio-vestibular Abnormalities in Patients With Vitiligo: A Prospective Case-control Study.

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Vitiligo is a disease that is characterized by a deficit of functional melanocytes all over the body including the inner ear.To study the effect of the reduction of melanocytes on […]

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Exclusive Endoscopic Laser-Stapedotomy: Feasibility of an Ovine Training Model.

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Stapedotomy is an effective treatment for conductive hearing loss associated with otosclerosis. However, the procedure, especially using the endoscopic technique requires extensive training and experience for optimal results. Due to […]

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Clinical Significance of Middle Cerebellar Peduncle Ischemia After Translabyrinthine Vestibular Schwannoma Resection.

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To assess clinical symptoms, signs, and radiographic evolution of middle cerebellar peduncle (MCP) diffusion restriction (DR) abnormalities following vestibular schwannoma (VS) resection.Retrospective chart and imaging review.Tertiary-referral neurotology and neurosurgery practice.All […]

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Delayed Facial Palsy After Resection of Vestibular Schwannoma: An Analysis of Long-term Facial Nerve Outcomes.

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1) Identify clinical factors associated with delayed facial palsy (DFP) after microsurgical resection of vestibular schwannoma. 2) Determine whether DFP predicts worse facial nerve (FN) outcomes.Adult patients (≥18 yrs) who underwent […]

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Evidence of Cochlear Synaptopathy and the Effect of Systemic Steroid in Acute Idiopathic Tinnitus with Normal Hearing.

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To evaluate the electrophysiologic evidence of cochlear synaptopathy and the effects of systemic steroids in acute idiopathic tinnitus with normal hearing.Retrospective review of medical data.Tertiary referral center.Fifty-nine patients who experienced […]

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Assessment of Frequency-Place Mismatch by Flat-Panel CT and Correlation With Cochlear Implant Performance.

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To calculate the frequency allocation mismatch in a group of very selected cochlear implant (CI) recipients and to contrast it with the speech perception performances.Cross-sectional observational prospective study.Tertiary Audiological Department, […]

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Considerations for a Revised Adult Cochlear Implant Candidacy Evaluation Protocol.

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To compare the current metrics used in adult cochlear implant candidacy evaluations for consistency and applicability, and to make a recommendation for an updated assessment battery.Prospective, multicenter, within-subject clinical trial.North […]

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Development and Validation of the Spanish AzBio Sentence Corpus.

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To create and validate a Spanish sentence test for evaluation of speech understanding of Spanish-speaking listeners with hearing loss or cochlear implants (CI).Two thousand sentences were recorded from two male […]

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Effectiveness of Place-based Mapping in Electric-Acoustic Stimulation Devices.

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The default mapping procedure for electric-acoustic stimulation (EAS) devices uses the cochlear implant recipient’s unaided detection thresholds in the implanted ear to derive the acoustic settings and assign the lowest […]

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Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct: Hearing Progression and Cochlear Implant Candidacy in Pediatric Patients.

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Investigate the rate of hearing loss progression and incidence of cochlear implant candidacy in children with enlarged vestibular aqueduct (EVA).EVA is the most common congenital malformation of the inner ear, […]

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OpenEar Image Data Enables Case Variation in High Fidelity Virtual Reality Ear Surgery.

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Virtual reality (VR) simulation is an established option for temporal bone surgical training. Most VR simulators are based on computed tomography imaging, whereas the Visible Ear Simulator (VES) is based […]

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Principles of Executive Functioning Interventions for Children With Cochlear Implants: Guidance From Research Findings and Clinical Experience.

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: Children with cochlear implants (CIs) are at risk for experiencing deficits in the development of neurocognitive processes known as executive functions (EF). Such deficits likely arise as a consequence […]

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Screening Strategies for Deafness Genes and Functional Outcomes in Cochlear Implant Patients.

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To review the current state of knowledge about the influence of specific genetic mutations that cause sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) on cochlear implant (CI) functional outcomes, and how this knowledge […]

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The Actual Incidence and Types of Hearing Losses in Bullous Myringitis: Case Series and Systematic Review.

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To calculate the incidence of sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL; pure or as part of a mixed hearing loss, MHL) among bullous myringitis (BM) patients with a coexisting HL to assess […]

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The Effect of Ultra-slow Velocities on Insertion Forces: A Study Using a Highly Flexible Straight Electrode Array.

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The present study sought to 1) characterize insertion forces resulting from a flexible straight electrode array (EA) inserted at slow and ultra-slow insertion velocities, and 2) evaluate if ultra-slow velocities […]

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The Long-Term Stability of the Electrical Stapedial Reflex Threshold.

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To 1) describe changes in the electrical stapedial reflex threshold (eSRT), within and across patients over time and 2) to identify the clinical relationship between eSRT and an individual’s upper […]

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Aeration of the Human Prussak’s Space: A 3D Synchrotron Imaging Study.

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Prussak’s space (PS) is an intricate middle ear region which may play an essential role in the development of middle ear disease. The three-dimensional (3D) anatomy of the human PS […]

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Combined Electric and Acoustic Stimulation (EAS) in Children: Investigating Benefit Afforded by Bilateral Versus Unilateral Acoustic Hearing.

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Electric and acoustic stimulation (EAS) with preserved hearing in the implanted ear provides benefit for speech understanding, spatial hearing, and quality of life in adults. However, there is limited research […]

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Endoscopic Repair of a Temporal Bone Pneumatocele.

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Pneumatoceles of the temporal bone are rare entities. A symptomatic external auditory canal pneumatocele repaired endoscopically is demonstrated.A 79-year-old man presented with fluctuating hearing loss and difficulty wearing in-ear hearing […]

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Identification of a Novel Copy Number Variation of EYA4 Causing Autosomal Dominant Non-Syndromic Hearing Loss.

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Eyes absent 4 (EYA4) is the causative gene of autosomal dominant non-syndromic hereditary hearing loss, DFNA10. We aimed to identify a copy number variation of EYA4 in a non-syndromic sensory […]

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Initial Hearing Preservation Is Correlated With Cochlear Duct Length in Fully-inserted Long Flexible Lateral Wall Arrays.

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To characterize the relationship between cochlear duct length (CDL) and initial hearing preservation among cochlear implant recipients of a fully inserted 31.5 mm flexible lateral wall electrode array.Retrospective review.Tertiary academic referral […]

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Magnetic Steering of Robotically Inserted Lateral-wall Cochlear-implant Electrode Arrays Reduces Forces on the Basilar Membrane In Vitro.

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Undesirable forces applied to the basilar membrane during surgical insertion of lateral-wall cochlear-implant electrode arrays (EAs) can be reduced via robotic insertion with magnetic steering of the EA tip.Robotic insertion […]

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