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The use of cochlear implantation in the elderly.

To evaluate the impact of cochlear implantation on hearing outcomes, quality of life, complications, and cognitive function in elderly patients.


Preservation of Vestibular Function and Residual Hearing After Round Window Cochlear Implantation.

To examine the possible correlation between the loss of short-term residual hearing and vestibular function after cochlear implantation (CI).

Auditory Agnosia for Environmental Sounds in Alzheimer's Disease: Not Hearing and Not Listening?

Auditory agnosia for environmental sounds (AES) is an example of central auditory dysfunction. It is presumed to be independent of language deficits and in presence of normal hearing. We undertook a detailed neuropsychological assessment including environmental sound naming and recognition in 34 clinically mild Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients and 29 age-matched healthy control subjects. In patients with AD, audiometry was performed to assess the impact on test performance, and in normal controls the Heari...


Cochlear implantation in adults with auditory deprivation: What do we know about it?

In the ENT community, auditory deprivation is frequently considered as a negative prognostic factor for a good hearing outcome of cochlear implantation (CI), even if a growing literature suggests that this is not completely true. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the results of CI in patients with hearing deprivation, to compare them to results from non-deprived patients and then estimate how time of deprivation impacts on CI outcome and how a bilateral deprivation can affect the outcome compared to ...

Electrode Array Type and Its Impact on Impedance Fluctuations and Loss of Residual Hearing in Cochlear Implantation.

Determine variables associated with electrode impedance fluctuations and loss of residual hearing in cochlear implant (CI) recipients.

Can Differences in Early Hearing Development Be Distinguished by the LittlEARs Auditory Questionnaire?

This study asks whether the LittlEARs Auditory Questionnaire (LEAQ), a caregiver measure, can differentiate between the early auditory development of children with bilateral cochlear implants (CIs), bilateral hearing aids (HAs), and children with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) who wear CIs or HAs. The LEAQ is sensitive to impaired auditory development but has not previously been used to distinguish developmental changes between groups of children using different hearing technologies or with di...

Critical Factors for Binaural Hearing in Children with Bilateral Sequential Cochlear Implantation: First Implant Performance and Inter-Implant Interval.

This study evaluated the influence of the performance of the first cochlear implant (CI-1) on the second implant (CI-2) and the significance of inter-implant intervals in children with sequential cochlear implantation.

Mechanisms of Noise-Induced Tinnitus: Insights from Cellular Studies.

Tinnitus, sound perception in the absence of physical stimuli, occurs in 15% of the population and is the top-reported disability for soldiers after combat. Noise overexposure is a major factor associated with tinnitus but does not always lead to tinnitus. Furthermore, people with normal audiograms can get tinnitus. In animal models, equivalent cochlear damage occurs in animals with and without behavioral evidence of tinnitus. But cochlear-nerve-recipient neurons in the brainstem demonstrate distinct, synch...

Benefits in Speech Recognition in Noise with Remote Wireless Microphones in Group Settings.

Although hearing aids (HAs) and cochlear implants (CIs) can provide significant benefits to persons with hearing loss, users frequently report difficulty hearing in noisy environments, particularly when there are multiple talkers. Little is known about the benefits provided by currently available wireless microphones in multitalker situations.

Intraoperative Intracochlear Electrocochleography and Residual Hearing Preservation Outcomes When Using Two Types of Slim Electrode Arrays in Cochlear Implantation.

To report residual hearing preservation outcomes in patients with low frequency hearing, after cochlear implant (CI) electrode insertion with two types of electrode arrays: one straight and other perimodiolar, when using intraoperative intracochlear electrocochleography (ECochG) during (CI) electrode insertion.

Performance of Children With Hearing Loss on an Audiovisual Version of a Nonword Repetition Task.

Purpose The aims of this study were to (a) determine if a high-quality adaptation of an audiovisual nonword repetition task can be completed by children with wide-ranging hearing abilities and to (b) examine whether performance on that task is sensitive to child demographics, hearing status, language, working memory, and executive function abilities. Method An audiovisual version of a nonword repetition task was adapted and administered to 100 school-aged children grouped by hearing status: 35 with normal h...

Revision cochlear implantation: The Irish experience.

To report a long-term experience on revision cochlear implantation (RCI) in a single institution, categorize their indications and to identify predictive parameters of implant failure. A retrospective study was conducted on a prospective database of a national cochlear implant unit. Patients requiring RCI between January 1995 and June 2016 were identified and stratified into adult and paediatric group. Medical records, investigation reports and device analysis reports were reviewed and analysed. A total o...

A de novo SIX1 variant in a patient with a rare nonsyndromic cochleovestibular nerve abnormality, cochlear hypoplasia, and bilateral sensorineural hearing loss.

Childhood hearing impairment affects language and cognitive development. Profound congenital sensorineural hearing impairment can be due to an abnormal cochleovestibular nerve (CVN) and cochleovestibular malformations, however, the etiology of these conditions remains unclear.

Evaluating the Effect of Training Along With Fit Testing on Premolded Earplug Users in a Chinese Petrochemical Plant.

To gain insight into the current practice of hearing protection of Chinese workers and the value of hearing protection device (HPD) fit testing.

Bilateral bone conduction stimulation provides reliable binaural cues for localization.

This study aimed to characterize binaural hearing abilities with bone conduction stimulation in simulated conductive hearing loss. Bone conduction hearing devices (BCDs) are a common method of rehabilitating conductive hearing loss. However, little is known about the access these devices provide to binaural cues. To study the ability of BCDs to restore access to binaural cues in conductive loss, normal hearing listeners were plugged unilaterally and bilaterally and localization ability was assessed using a ...

Rerouting Hearing Aid Systems for Overcoming Simulated Unilateral Hearing in Dynamic Listening Situations.

Unilateral hearing loss increases the risk of academic and behavioral challenges for school-aged children. Previous research suggests that remote microphone (RM) systems offer the most consistent benefits for children with unilateral hearing loss in classroom environments relative to other nonsurgical interventions. However, generalizability of previous laboratory work is limited because of the specific listening situations evaluated, which often included speech and noise signals originating from the side. ...

Middle Ear Muscle Reflex and Word Recognition in "Normal-Hearing" Adults: Evidence for Cochlear Synaptopathy?

Permanent threshold elevation after noise exposure, ototoxic drugs, or aging is caused by loss of sensory cells; however, animal studies show that hair cell loss is often preceded by degeneration of synapses between sensory cells and auditory nerve fibers. The silencing of these neurons, especially those with high thresholds and low spontaneous rates, degrades auditory processing and may contribute to difficulties in understanding speech in noise. Although cochlear synaptopathy can be diagnosed in animals b...

Early Detection of Endolymphatic Hydrops using the Auditory Nerve Overlapped Waveform (ANOW).

Endolymphatic hydrops is associated with low-frequency sensorineural hearing loss, with a large body of research dedicated to examining its putative causal role in low-frequency hearing loss. Investigations have been thwarted by the fact that hearing loss is measured in intact ears, but gold standard assessments of endolymphatic hydrops are made postmortem only; and that no objective low-frequency hearing measure has existed. Yet the association of endolymphatic hydrops with low-frequency hearing loss is so...

A Comparative Study of a Novel Adhesive Bone Conduction Device and Conventional Treatment Options for Conductive Hearing Loss.

To compare the audiological performance with the novel adhesive bone conduction hearing device (ADHEAR) to that with a passive bone conduction (BC) implant and to that with a bone conduction device (BCD) on a softband.

Endoscope-assisted Partial Cochlectomy for Intracochlear Schwannoma With Simultaneous Cochlear Implantation: A Case Report.

Intralabyrinthine schwannomas are a small subset of vestibular schwannomas which originate within the labyrinthine structures. Management typically consists of watch-and-wait strategies given that surgical intervention will sacrifice hearing. Endoscopic resection of primary intracochlear schwannoma with simultaneous cochlear implantation for a patient with progressive hearing loss and debilitating tinnitus is described.

Vestibular testing in children with severe-to-profound hearing loss.

Many studies showed that children with sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) have possible vestibular affection which is related to the severity of cochlear pathology.

A Comparison of Intracochlear Pressures During Ipsilateral and Contralateral Stimulation With a Bone Conduction Implant.

To compare contralateral to ipsilateral stimulation with percutaneous and transcutaneous bone conduction implants.

Early detection of hearing impairment in type 2 diabetic patients.

Hearing impairment is an under-recognized complication of type 2 diabetic patients. Exploring an appropriate technique and method to detect early hearing impairment in diabetic patients is the key to good hearing care. The objectives of this study are to evaluate the application effects of extended high-frequency audiometry and distortion product otoacoustic emissions in early detection of hearing impairment in diabetic patients. The study recruited 65 type 2 diabetic patients with normal hearing thresholds...

To cross or not to cross - thrushes at the German North Sea coast adapt flight and routing to wind conditions in autumn.

Although many aspects of passerine migration are genetically determined, routing appears to be flexibly adjusted to the conditions experienced on each individual journey. This holds especially true for routing decisions taken when confronted with large bodies of water. Once taken, these decisions can be hardly altered or revised. In this paper, we analysed stopover and routing decisions taken by three species of thrushes, blackbirds, redwings and song thrushes, at the German North Sea coast.

Quality of life of children with hearing loss in special and mainstream education: A longitudinal study.

To compare the quality of life (QoL) of children with hearing loss (HL) and children with normal hearing (NH) and to examine how the QoL of children with HL changes over time, considering language skills, type of hearing device, degree of HL, and type of education.


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